Desde o início do século, assim como a China, sua
rival econômica na Ásia, a Índia tem olhado cada vez mais para fora em busca de
matérias-primas para alimentar seu crescimento vertiginoso. EspañolEnglish
The student protest leader has been the centre of western media
attention, but he’s not
without his critics within Hong Kong’s Occupy movement. Joshua Wong tells us why his struggle for democracy
isn’t over yet.
Political meritocracy distinguishes China's political system from other non-democratic political systems and is central to the country's success. Yet it continues to be misunderstood by western intellectuals. A response to Stein Ringen.
China, nearly all the states in Asia make use of the trappings of democracy,
such as elections, parliaments, and the separation of powers. A new report examines
the future of democracy in Asia in the next 15 years.
What determines political survival among China's party elite? Where are the traps that ensnare men like Zhou Yongkang and Ling Jihua? The ambiguities of loyalty are a useful way to bring these questions into focus.
The death knell for Hong Kong’s Umbrella
Revolution was sounded even as the movement entered December. The final days
saw Beijing play its hand well, through the careful application of minimal
force and strategic patience.
What lies behind the Chinese Communist Party elite’s foregrounding of
the ‘rule of law’? With China's declining economic growth rate and widening income inequality, the basic rationale at the heart of the party's right to rule is at risk.