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Feb 01, 2003 · The 16th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party defined the policy agenda for 2002. Hu Jintao succeeded Jiang Zemin as Party general secretary but Jiang retained the chairmanship of the Central Military Commission. Politically, the Chinese leadership gave special emphasis to stability, and continued to combat the Falungong and crack down on dissent on the Internet.Cited by: 2. Dali L. Yang. Department o f Political Science Phone: 1-773 702-8054 (Office) Committee on Chinese Studies, Center for East Asian Studies; Member, Steering Committee for the Global Health Initiative, University of Chicago, survey data. Dali Yang and Chenjia Xu, “Regulating China’s International Educational Interactions,” draft.

Feb 01, 2002 · How Federalism Influences India's Domestic Politics of WTO Engagement (And Is Itself Affected in the Process)Cited by: 10. Description: The only bimonthly academic journal of contemporary Asian affairs published in the US, Asian Survey provides in-depth analysis on contemporary Asia and international affairs. For over forty years, academics, government and security officials, business executives, and journalists have relied on Asian Survey to keep them well informed on a broad spectrum of current Asian issues and.

Dali Yang, “Leadership Transition and the Political Economy of Governance: China in 2002,” Asian Survey 43, no. 1 (January/February 2003): 25-40. Regulation and Governance. Dali L. Yang, “China’s Illiberal Regulatory State in Comparative Perspective” Chinese Political Science Review, 2(1), 114-133. DOI: 10.1007/s41111-017-0059-x. Asian Survey: A Bimonthly Review of Contemporary Asian Affairs is a bimonthly academic journal of Asian studies published by the University of California Press on behalf of the Institute of East Asian Studies at the University of California, Berkeley.The journal was established in 1932 as Memorandum (Institute of Pacific Relations, American Council), but was renamed Far Eastern Survey in 1935.Publisher: University of California Press (United States).