Die chinesische Regierung ist zu einem der wichtigsten Akteure in der internationalen Politik aufgestiegen. Ohne eine sorgfältige Analyse des politischen Systems ist ein fundiertes Verständnis des Aufstiegs der Volksrepublik China nicht möglich. Welchen Anteil haben politisches System und Staatstätigkeit an der wirtschaftlichen Transformation Chinas? Welche Konsequenzen haben wirtschaftliche Modernisierung und weltwirtschaftliche Integration für das politische System? Ist Chinas politisches System fähig, sich veränderten ökonomischen, technologischen, gesellschaftlichen und internationalen Bedingungen anzupassen?
Dieses Buch soll zu einem differenzierten Verständnis der Voraussetzungen, Potenziale und Risiken der politischen Entwicklung in China beitragen. Es basiert auf einer umfassenden Auswertung chinesischer Quellen und auf dem neuesten Stand der internationalen Chinaforschung. Das Buch ist jetzt auch in englischer Übersetzung beim Verlag Rowman & Littlefield Publishers erschienen.
Updates zu "Das politische System der Volksrepublik China"
Hier finden Sie Aktualisierungen der einzelnen Kapitel bis Mai 2018. Über einen Suchbegriff oder nach den Kapiteln des Buches, können sie die englische Ausgabe, China's Political System, nach Updates durchsuchen.
4.6 The role of government in the banking and financial systems
Three main tasks were included in the report. One of them: “Preventing major risks (in the financial system)”.
2.12 The military and politics
In a continuation of Xi’s anti-corruption campaign, a new military regulation issued on January 16 announced that senior Party members inside the PLA, with the rank of military corps leader and above, will be overseen by full-time inspection teams. These teams are expected to “expose flaws and weaknesses concerning Party leadership, the management of Party organizations, and the implementation of discipline within the armed forces.”
On December 27, shortly after the conclusion of the CCP’s 19th Party Congress, the Chinese government announced that it would bring the People’s Armed Police (PAP) under the direct control of the Central Military Commission (CMC) from January 1, 2018. Previously, the PAP reported to both the CMC and the State Council.
6.11 Environmental policy: Curtailing urban air pollution
Environmental protection tax, water pollution prevention and control law and the compensation reform plan on ecological and environmental damage.
The NDRC announced the introduction of quotas in the power generation sector.
2.7 Local governments at the county, township, and village levels
On December 4, 2017, the General Office of the Central Committee of the CCP and the General Office of the State Council issued a joint document calling for the establishment of village affairs supervision commissions. The commissions, which are to consist of three to five people, are to oversee the work of village-level governments, including, among others, decision-making, financial matters, and implementation, with the intent to curb corruption and improve governance at the village level.
6.16 Internet security: National IT independence and China’s cyber policy
At the annual World Internet Conference, which started in Wuzhen on December 3, Politburo Standing Committee member Wang Huning defended China’s vision of cyber-sovereignty and announced that China is ready to develop new internet governance systems that will “serve all parties and counteract current imbalances”.
2.5 Provincial- and municipal-level governments
After fires in parts of Beijing on November 18, government authorities launched a 40-day-campaign to demolish unauthorized housing and evict migrant workers without a Beijing resident permit from the city. As part of its urbanization plans, the central government has promised to extend 100 million urban residence permits to rural migrants until 2020, but it wants them to channel migration towards smaller cities rather than places such as Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangdong, where it is impossible for most migrants to meet the conditions to obtain an official residence permit. The ruthlessness of the forced evictions and the term used in official documents to refer to migrant workers – “low-end population” (低端人口) – has caused many Beijing residents and members of the middle class to speak out against the move.
2.6 Special Administrative Regions: Hong Kong and Macau
A law passed in September 2017 mandating prison sentences for those “disrespecting” the Chinese national anthem is now included in the annex of Hong Kong’s basic law. The move has caused backlash in the Special Administrative Region, where many view it as another sign of Beijing’s heightened intervention.
2.8 Public finance
Debt in the real estate sector skyrocketed over the last five years, followed by debt in the industrial sector. China's central bank governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, warned that relatively high corporate debt and the fast-growing household lending could aggravate debt levels in China. Chinese firms’ debt level has been climbing to a record-high. At the end of September, it grew at the fastest pace in four years.