Li Wu., WenliRong. Contemporary China’s economy China’s economy. 2 China.: China intercontinental Press, 2014.-271 p.-ISBN 978-7-5085-2783-3.
The reform in China is not only reform of economic system, and it also include the reform of political system. Just as Deng Xiaoping said, the reform of economic system cannot succeed without the guarantee of reform of political system. China is a big country with a population of 1.3 billion, so the reform of political system must be implemented under proper leadership step by step. Without a firm and steady leader and set steps, it would certainly lead to a chaotic“pseudo-democracy”. This kind of “democracy” cannot guarantee the true rights and interests of the Chinese people, nor help the government does not mean negating or underestimating the market. On contrary, the basic role of the market is getting strengthened with the continual progress of the market-oriented reform.
Qingmin Z. Contemporary China’s diplomacy.- China.: China intercontinental Press, 2014.- 217p.-ISBN 978-7-5085-2793-2.
After the September 11 event, the calling for international cooperation on the war against terrorism became very strong. In order to get out of their predicament, the “East Turkistan” forces once again raised the banner of “human rights”., “freedom of religion” and “interests of ethnic minorities”, and have fabricated claims that “the Chinese government is using every opportunity to oppress ethnic minorities”. This is done to mislead the public and deceive world opinion in order to escape blows dealt by the international struggle against terrorism. At the same time, they have constantly conspired for various terrorist incidents jeopardizing regional peace and stability, and thus have become the target of the “Shanghai Five” and “Shanghai Cooperation Organization” for regional stability.
Wen L. Contemporary China’s society. –China.: China intercontinental Press, 2014.-274p.-ISBN 978-7-5085-2794-9.
Following several years’ harvests, since 1985, the comparative profit of grain production began to decline. Under such circumstance, many farmers chose toplant commercial crops with higher economic effectiveness or deal in animalbreeding, transportationor small business. Some people chose to work in urban areas outside their hometowns. Since there are more people and less land, which is divided into small pieces, and there is not an integrated social security system in rural areas, rural families engaged in by-business began to make less effort in farming, only expecting to have enough grain for the daily life of their families.
Lequn W., Jian Ch. Contemporary China’s politics.- China.: China intercontinental Press, 2014.-247p.-ISBN 978-7-5085-2791-8.
The contemporary political of China is originated from the political system established during the revolutionary war period. It is integrated with the great established during the revolutionary war period. It is integrated with the great achievements of the world political civilization and deeply rooted in the Chinese conditions, with obvious Chinese characteristics. The CPC has been adhering to realizing the goal for the democracy of majority and set as one of its targets to rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.
Jinping Xi. The governance of China.-China.: Foreign Languages Press, 2014.-515p.-ISBN 978-7-119-09023-8.
After the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) in 2012, the new CPC Central Committee, with Xi Jinping as the general secretary, set off on a new journey of reform and opening up and modernization. In the course of this new start, Xi Jinping has made a series of speeches on the governance of China. Representing the concepts and principles of governance of the CPC leadership, his new ideas and assessments have answered both theoretical and practical questions about China’s development in this new phase of the country’s history. «Xi Jinping: The Governance of China» is a comprises 79 speeches, talks, interviews, instructions and correspondence in 18 chapters.