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Con un privilegiado acceso a los dirigentes chinos en todos los niveles del partido y del gobierno, David M. Lampton nos introduce en la historia y la mentalidad de las élites del país desde su propia perspectiva. Basado en más de quinientas entrevistas, el presente libro ofrece al lector una excepcional visión sobre la evolución de las actitudes y las ideas de estas élites Con un privilegiado acceso a los dirigentes chinos en todos los niveles del partido y del gobierno, David M. Lampton nos introduce en la historia y la mentalidad de las élites del país desde su propia perspectiva. Basado en más de quinientas entrevistas, el presente libro ofrece al lector una excepcional visión sobre la evolución de las actitudes y las ideas de estas élites en los últimos cuatro decenios. Los dirigentes chinos explican en Adónde va China las estrategias y los criterios con los que piensan impulsar el país hacia adelante, comparten sus reflexiones sobre cuestiones relacionadas con el liderazgo del gobierno y sus políticas, y reflexionan sobre los desafíos que más los inquietan. Mientras el Partido Comunista Chino instala en el poder a su nuevo presidente, Xi Jinping, que gobernará presumiblemente China a lo largo de los próximos diez años, los interrogantes aumentan. ¿Qué cambios se producirán cuando la explosiva tasa de crecimiento económico empiece a disminuir? ¿Cuáles son los planes para enfrentarse a las demandas internas e internacionales para que se produzca una reforma política? ¿De qué forma se resolverán problemas como el envejecimiento de la población o la fractura cada vez mayor que separa la sociedad civil de la burocracia?


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Con un privilegiado acceso a los dirigentes chinos en todos los niveles del partido y del gobierno, David M. Lampton nos introduce en la historia y la mentalidad de las élites del país desde su propia perspectiva. Basado en más de quinientas entrevistas, el presente libro ofrece al lector una excepcional visión sobre la evolución de las actitudes y las ideas de estas élites Con un privilegiado acceso a los dirigentes chinos en todos los niveles del partido y del gobierno, David M. Lampton nos introduce en la historia y la mentalidad de las élites del país desde su propia perspectiva. Basado en más de quinientas entrevistas, el presente libro ofrece al lector una excepcional visión sobre la evolución de las actitudes y las ideas de estas élites en los últimos cuatro decenios. Los dirigentes chinos explican en Adónde va China las estrategias y los criterios con los que piensan impulsar el país hacia adelante, comparten sus reflexiones sobre cuestiones relacionadas con el liderazgo del gobierno y sus políticas, y reflexionan sobre los desafíos que más los inquietan. Mientras el Partido Comunista Chino instala en el poder a su nuevo presidente, Xi Jinping, que gobernará presumiblemente China a lo largo de los próximos diez años, los interrogantes aumentan. ¿Qué cambios se producirán cuando la explosiva tasa de crecimiento económico empiece a disminuir? ¿Cuáles son los planes para enfrentarse a las demandas internas e internacionales para que se produzca una reforma política? ¿De qué forma se resolverán problemas como el envejecimiento de la población o la fractura cada vez mayor que separa la sociedad civil de la burocracia?

54 review for Adónde va China: Lo planes de futuro de los dirigentes chinos

  1. 5 out of 5

    Hadrian

    An impressive study of the views and concerns of the political elite in the People's Republic of China, based on some 500 interviews with top figures over four decades. The book is divided into four parts. Part I is a brief history of Chinese politics from the death of Mao in 1976 until the time of the book's writing in the early 2010s. "[L]eaders count in explaining the behavior of states", and Lampton notes the trend of relative decline of a single figure at the top of the party, noting more o An impressive study of the views and concerns of the political elite in the People's Republic of China, based on some 500 interviews with top figures over four decades. The book is divided into four parts. Part I is a brief history of Chinese politics from the death of Mao in 1976 until the time of the book's writing in the early 2010s. "[L]eaders count in explaining the behavior of states", and Lampton notes the trend of relative decline of a single figure at the top of the party, noting more of a collaboration and consensus-based style of leadership at the top. Part II is a closer look at the Chinese system of government, with a focus on how leadership styles and personalities contribute to policy-making. Part III looks at more specific issues, such as party-military relations, and negotiation styles, especially in foreign policy. There is also a section on "nightmares", or threats to domestic stability, such as mass unemployment or food insecurity. Part IV is a summary and restatement, and linking of the main ideas to specific issues. Unfortunately, and this is not at all Lampton's fault, past trends did not indicate future performance. The trajectory of Chinese politics changed dramatically after 2016 with the ascension of Xi Jinping to the top leadership positions of the Chinese Communist Party. The premise of a more collaborationist and consensus-building leadership of the party did not hold. The dramatic changes which ensued instead, including the centralization of power, sweeping anti-corruption campaigns, military modernization, and a more assertive foreign policy, me. The closed nature of the party and the cultivation of a siege mentality means that communication with party leadership may be more difficult, if not impossible. While I still admire much of what Lampton has done here, and that many parts of the book are still interesting - I must reluctantly point out that a lot of what is in here has primarily historical value.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Adrian

    As a frequent China watcher, and reader of various studies of Chinese politics, and modern Chinese history, I can faithfully say that this is not just "another" entry into the canon of literature, rather it is a study perhaps more penetrating than some of the other works out there. This book examines the changing face of Chinese politics from the Deng era to the present (recent publication, late 2013 is useful) and covers how consensus based rule has evolved from strongman rule. Furthermore, grea As a frequent China watcher, and reader of various studies of Chinese politics, and modern Chinese history, I can faithfully say that this is not just "another" entry into the canon of literature, rather it is a study perhaps more penetrating than some of the other works out there. This book examines the changing face of Chinese politics from the Deng era to the present (recent publication, late 2013 is useful) and covers how consensus based rule has evolved from strongman rule. Furthermore, greater insight into the policy making process is gained, as well as insights into certain key people. Where the book goes beyond the usual literature is the chapters, Nightmares, Soldiers and Civilians, and Negotions: Chinese Style. Although Richard McGregor covered the nature of the PLA in his book, The Party, Lampton gives even more penetrating insight into the political nature of the PLA, the reality that it is a "Party Army" rather than a "National Army." As a longtime China watcher, this reader has long been fascinated by the fact that leaders can retire from control of domestic and foreign policy, yet retain effective control of the military, as Jiang Zemin did from 2002 to 2004. Although no policy disagreements ever appeared, this remains possible in the future, and Lampton gave it an interesting term, the "2 Headquarters" scenario. The nature of the PLA's politicized status could as yet be a potential wild card in possible splits in the party and government, as splits have occurred previously, and cannot be ruled out in the future. Nightmares covers scenarios relating to China's population size, such as inability to food shortages, unemployment, and industrial disputes, along with possible external threats, such as a collapse of the North Korean state and the refugee crisis such a catastrophe would ensure. The final chapter, Negotiations: Chinese Style, was of particular use to this reader as I have long taken an interest in Chinese foreign policy, and an effective and insightful study it is. On the whole, a recommended book and a useful addition to one's collection of contemporary Chinese politics, for experienced or novice alike.

  3. 4 out of 5

    James

    The China that Deng Xiaoping led and the China Xi Jinping now leads are very different countries, but how has China and its political systems changed over the last 25 years? With unprecedented access to Chinese leaders at all levels of party and government, David M. Lampton tells the story of China's ruling elite from their own perspectives - what are the challenges they face? What keeps them up at night? Where should China go next? Based on over 500 interviews, Lampton offers rare and interesti The China that Deng Xiaoping led and the China Xi Jinping now leads are very different countries, but how has China and its political systems changed over the last 25 years? With unprecedented access to Chinese leaders at all levels of party and government, David M. Lampton tells the story of China's ruling elite from their own perspectives - what are the challenges they face? What keeps them up at night? Where should China go next? Based on over 500 interviews, Lampton offers rare and interesting insight into the policies and thoughts of China's leaders. Lampton's book is not just for Chinese political aficionados but anyone interested in China - especially as it offers insight into how the Chinese leaders see themselves and the task of ruling China.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    Solid intro to China hook. Needs to be updated for Xi Jinping era though, especially the political leaders and prospects for pluralism and reform chapters.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Caitlin Schultz

    This book is very insightful and expertly documents - from the inside - the changes China has undergone since the Mao era.

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