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Citation: Hongming WANG and Jiachang MA. Researching Democratic Centralism in the Perspective of the Chinese Revolution and World Politics[J]. Academic Monthly, 2018, 50(10): 110-117. shu

Researching Democratic Centralism in the Perspective of the Chinese Revolution and World Politics

  • Regime is the fundamental system to organize the country. In China, democratic centralism is the factual regime, embodying the principle of the party and state leadership. It runs through the relationship between the dimensions of " administrative-legislation”, " politics-economy”, " central-local” and " state-society”. Democratic centralism is also a policy process, which serves as the intermediary mechanism to connect the modern governance system and governance capacity, showing the capacity of system absorption, institutional organization and policy execution. The article attempts to compare democratic centralism with different political organizations in the perspective of history of the Chinese revolution and the changes of world politics, hoping to unearth the theoretical implications of democratic centralism.
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          Researching Democratic Centralism in the Perspective of the Chinese Revolution and World Politics

          Abstract: Regime is the fundamental system to organize the country. In China, democratic centralism is the factual regime, embodying the principle of the party and state leadership. It runs through the relationship between the dimensions of " administrative-legislation”, " politics-economy”, " central-local” and " state-society”. Democratic centralism is also a policy process, which serves as the intermediary mechanism to connect the modern governance system and governance capacity, showing the capacity of system absorption, institutional organization and policy execution. The article attempts to compare democratic centralism with different political organizations in the perspective of history of the Chinese revolution and the changes of world politics, hoping to unearth the theoretical implications of democratic centralism.

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