Social Changes in post-Mao China

Growth of the civic organizations coming from participation defined, guided, controlled, and regulated by the party-state. The state is permitting new semi-official organizations to register and develop. Still their political influence in the Chinese government is controlled and regulated. Both the “administrative society” and “administrative state” have remained unchanged in the party-state system, despite theContinue reading “Social Changes in post-Mao China”

Global Economy and Changing Policy

In recent years China has risen to become one of the largest contributors in the World Trade Market. This has created both concern and awareness of the policies that currently govern China as a world power. The main political concern is the remaining fact that China, a communist state, could overpower the democratic ruling ofContinue reading “Global Economy and Changing Policy”

China’s Socialist Market Economy

In current Chinese market, the socialist market economy refers to the practices of the government to maintain the market while still incorporating aspects of a socialist government. In this market, the use of both socialism and capitalism are incorporated, but not to the extent of a capitalistic ownership of the market. Resources are allocated andContinue reading “China’s Socialist Market Economy”

Origin of Chinese Communism

In the mid-nineteenth century, China faced invasion and colonization from the powers in the West. Early wars in China, over opium trading, forced the country to sign treaties with the British Empire allowing the establishment of British ports and extradition of silver out of China. The second war, established more ports and British control ofContinue reading “Origin of Chinese Communism”