Xi Jinping

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  • Xi Jinping Case Study

    Famine and Mao’s Cultural Revolution of 1966-76. While China modeled its system after the Soviet Union, the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party has been unique in overcoming its tragedies, and China has emerged as a powerful and dynamic superpower under the Party. In 2013, the Party consisted of over 85 million members, more than double that of membership during Chairman Mao’s rule. Its current President, Xi Jinping, is facing immense challenges stemming from its economic woes and Western-influenced growing…

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  • Xi Jinping's Anti-Corruption Report

    a party. And yet, corruption has not significantly decreased. With Xi Jinping’s announcement in 2012 that he would be undertaking a comprehensive anti-corruption campaign, the question “just how comprehensive” now has to be answered. With the establishment of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), the government has set upon its task with vigor, and the…

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  • The Role Of Feminism In Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales

    equality of men and women, and on the opposite side of the same coin, when a scholar tries to judge Chaucer base on feminist ideas, even if this ideas are correct, they are practically trying to take Chaucer out of his time period and judge him base on our standards. The proper way to study Chaucer is to understand what period he comes from. Chaucer was born around the early 1340’s which was just after the beginning of the Hundred Years War. Chaucer would go on and serve with the army in…

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  • John Wycliffe Research Paper

    and followers calling themselves lollards. Pope Gregory the eleventh had called for his arrest and to denounce his theories. But England refused and Wycliffe told the king after being summoned that it is perfectly legal to withhold tithes from rome. Besides Translating the bible Wycliffe also wrote 13 other books most aimed at attacking the church. Wycliffe had attacked church corruption by writing multiple books on how broken the church was. In March 1378, he was summoned to appear at Lambeth…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Contraception

    Arguably the leading cause of countless failed marriages, children born out of wedlock, and broken relationships, contraception has been a leading issue in the Church and the rest of the world for decades. It can be traced as far back as Margaret Sanger, a nurse in the early part of the 20th century, who was the editor of the Birth Control Review, and an activist for population control and “the purification of the race.” In order to consider fairly if contraception is moral, the effects and…

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  • Mao Zedong Deng Analysis

    footprint in history during only one or two mandates as General Secretary. Thanks to this situation anyway every leader, from Deng to Xi Jinping, developed a clear, influential and overarching theory, leaving a consistent legacy to be pursued by the successors.…

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  • President Xi Jinping's Anti-Corruption Campaign

    Upon President Xi Jinping took office, China’s anti-corruption campaign has progressively carried out under his leadership. The campaign has caused controversy in its effectiveness as guanxi leadership is deeply-seated in China. Guanxi, in Chinese context, refers to “reciprocal relationship between people, and preferential treatment given to the partners in an exchange, in the form of easy access to limited resources, increased access to controlled information, credit grants, and protection from…

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  • Xi Jinping's Speech Analysis

    In his speech given for the UN on January 18, 2017, Xi Jinping presents a number of points that represent a specific view from one of the following political theories: neo-realism, neo-liberalism, constructivism, and power transition theory. He seems to focus heavily on globalization, the international community, and international organizations, while attempting to acknowledge the fact that individual countries should have their own governments and be allowed to remain individualized. According…

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  • Airborne Pollution In China

    An Environmental Analysis of the State-Sponsored Regulation of Airborne Pollution in China Outline: I.Introduction II.China’s New regulatory Policies of the Chinese State Council A.Xin Jinping announces new measures to regulate air pollution. 1.Carbon emissions are becoming a major environmental issue. 2.The health of the Chinese citizenry is at risk. B.The Chinese government will invest of new coal burning technology. 1.Coal burning will emit lower levels of carbon into the air.…

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  • Sino-American Relations

    ideological differences. Sino-American relations have been stressed since Mao Zedong established the People’s Republic of China in 1945. The U.S. and Chinese conflict over communism led to lack of communication until Ping-Pong Diplomacy in 1971. Since then, China-U.S. trade relations formed with the U.S.-China Relations Act of 2000 and these relations have grown, but there has been conflict as well. Discussion over the environment has also occurred between the two nations, as was seen between…

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