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China's New Strategic Layout

China's New Strategic Layout
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  • Series Foreword -- Contents -- Introduction: The New Layout of the Four-Pronged Comprehensive Strategy -- 1 Strategic Vision: The Chinese Dream -- 1 Rich Connotation of the Chinese Dream -- 1.1 Political Implications of the Chinese Dream -- 1.2 Rich Connotations of the Chinese Dream -- 2 Basic Principles of the Chinese Dream -- 2.1 The "Popular Version" of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics -- 2.2 The Historical Logic of the Chinese Dream -- 3 Global Significance of the Chinese Dream -- 3.1 At a Practical Level, the Chinese Dream Is a Dream of Peace, Development, Cooperation and a Win-Win Outcome -- 3.2 At the Theoretical Level: the Chinese Dream Shares Similarities with the Dreams of People from Countries Around the World, Including the American Dream -- 3.3 At the Level of Civilization: Different Civilizations Produce Different Behavioral Patterns and Different Value Evaluations -- 3.4 Routes for Realizing the Chinese Dream -- 3.5 Practical Requirements for the Chinese Dream -- 2 Strategic Goal: Building a Well-off Society in an All-around Way -- 1 The Theoretical Origin of a Well-off Society -- 1.1 Deng Xiaoping Proposed a Well-off Society -- 1.2 New Positioning of the Stage of Social Development to Progress Towards the Next-highest Level -- 2 Evolution of the Connotation of a Well-off Society -- 3 "Generally" Does not Amount to "All-around" -- 4 Obstacles to and Challenges for Building a Well-off Society -- 4.1 There are Doubts About the Manner of Achieving Wealth -- 4.2 The Social Lifestyle is Exposed to a Number of Hidden Troubles -- 4.3 There is an Urgent Need to Improve the Public Service Mode -- 4.4 The Costs of Social Transformation Increasingly Build up -- 5 Cultural Development in Building a Well-off Society in an All-around Way -- 5.1 Hard Requirements at the Ideological Level
  • 5.2 Hard Requirements at the Level of Spiritual Home -- 5.3 Hard Requirements at the Level of Practice Among People -- 6 Political Advantages of a Well-off Society -- 6.1 Political Advantages Depend Upon Political Goals -- 6.2 The Inevitable Choice of China's Political Advantages -- 6.3 Political Advantages Must be Protected and Conserved -- References -- 3 Strategic Measures: Comprehensively Intensifying the Reform -- 1 Build a New Consensus for Reform -- 2 Achieve the Transformation of the Reform -- 2.1 Directly Confront the Reform -- 2.2 Reignite the Motivational Power for the Reform -- 2.3 Identify the Possibility of Transforming the Reform and Achieve It -- 3 Establish a Scientific Outlook on Reform -- 3.1 The Orientation of the Value of the Reform Should be Scientific, and the Reform Must be People-Oriented -- 3.2 The Positioning of the Main Reform Participants Should be Scientific and the Reform Must be Carried Out by the People -- 3.3 The Reform's Line of Thought Should be Scientific, and the Reform Should be Based on Dialectical Thought -- 3.4 The Choice of the Path Towards Reform Should be Scientific, and the Reform Should be Carried Out in a Standardized and Thorough Way -- 3.5 Gather the Positive Energy of the Reform -- 3.6 In Accelerating the Reform in a Constant Way, Responsibilities Should Be Assumed -- 3.7 In Comprehensive Intensification, Overall Arrangements Should be Made Within the Reform -- 3.8 In Tackling Difficulties, Authority is Needed for the Reform -- 4 China's Path in the Reform of the Political System -- 4.1 Changes in the Economic Foundation and Progress in the Superstructure -- 4.1.1 Changes in the Economic Foundation -- 4.1.2 Adaptation and Inadaptation of the Superstructure -- 4.1.3 Possibility of Adaptation, Difficulties and Ways of Realization -- 4.2 Four Driving Forces for the Reform of the Political System
  • 4.2.1 Stratum Differentiation Lays a Cornerstone for Democracy -- 4.2.2 Scientific and Technological Progress Ensures that Power is No Longer Monopolized -- 4.2.3 Social Transformation Makes the Rule of Law Become a Must -- 4.2.4 New Expectation: Continuously Expand the List of Rights -- 4.3 A Clear Distinction Between the Body of the Political System and Its Function -- 4.3.1 The Political System has a "Body"-Attribute-and a "Function"-Content -- 4.3.2 The "Body" of the Political System Cannot be Changed -- 4.3.3 The "Function" of the Political System Can and Must be Changed -- 4.4 Entry Point and Breakthrough in the Reform of the Political System -- 4.4.1 Take the Guarantee of Rights as the Basic Requirement for the Reform of the Political System -- 4.4.2 Take Regulation of Powers as the First Point of Action in the Reform of the Political System -- 4.4.3 Practice the Faith to Build the New Political Legitimacy of the Governing Party -- References -- 4 Strategic Guarantee: Governing the Country Under the Rule of Law in an All-Around Way -- 1 Theoretical Self-consciousness About State Governance -- 1.1 Defining What State Governance Should Look like -- 1.2 Figuring Out the Possibility of Exercising State Governance -- 1.3 Take a Firm Stand on the Necessity for National Governance -- 1.4 Accomplish Many Changes for National Governance -- 2 Operation of the Systems Behind the Rule of Law -- 2.1 Respect the Institutions and Develop an Institutional Awareness -- 2.2 Attach Importance to the Institutions, but Break Away from Institutional Myths -- 3 Practical Logic of Governing China Under the Rule of Law -- 3.1 Accurate Functional Positioning -- 3.2 Firm Self-consciousness Along the Path -- 3.3 Distinctive Value Pursuit -- 3.4 Comprehensive Rule-of-Law System -- 4 The Logic of the Rule of Law Behind the Core Substance
  • 4.1 The Rule of Law Needs a Direction, and the Party's Leadership is the Political Guarantee for the Rule of Law -- 4.2 The Rule of Law Cannot Be Separated from the Institutional Environment, and the Socialist System with Chinese Characteristics Is the Institutional Guarantee for the Rule of Law -- 4.3 The Road Shall Be Properly Dealt with Through Reason, and the Socialist Rule-of-Law Theory with Chinese Characteristics Is the Theoretical Support for the Rule of Law -- References -- 5 Strategic Support: Comprehensively Strengthen Party Discipline -- 1 Keep the Lifeline of the Political Party -- 1.1 Figure Out Who the Masses Are and How to Contact Them -- 1.2 Make the Practical Educational Activities Focus on the Improvement of the Working Style -- 1.3 Practice the Spirit of Rectifying Incorrect Work Styles to Carry Out Criticism and Self-criticism -- 1.4 Fundamentally, Put the Masses First -- 2 Continue to Combat Corruption and Uphold the Integrity of the Road Towards Socialism with Chinese Characteristics -- 2.1 Foster Idealism in Combating Corruption and Upholding Integrity -- 2.2 Attach Importance to Prevention -- 2.3 Be Bold and Skillful at Mobilizing the Masses to Combat Corruption -- 3 Increase the Scientific Level of Party Building -- 3.1 The Changed and Unchanged Aspects of the Party: Give Clear Answers Under the Guidance of Scientific Theories -- 3.2 Substance and Procedure: Building Scientific Institutions-"Two Wings of a Bird", "Two Wheels of a Vehicle" -- 3.3 Information Network Technology: The Scientific Methods that Reflect the Characteristics of the Times Add Luster to Party Building -- 4 Consolidate the Foundation and Cultivate Vitality with Faith -- 4.1 The Communist Party of China Is a Political Party with Faith -- 4.2 The Communist Party of China's Faith Is a Scientific One
  • 4.3 Practicing Faith Is the Source of Strength for the Communist Party of China -- References -- 6 Strategic Confidence: Socialism with Chinese Characteristics Is a Great Chapter -- 1 Confidence in Our Path -- 1.1 Fundamental Direction for the Development and Progress of Contemporary China -- 1.2 Basic Requirements of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics -- 1.3 The Five-in-One Overall Layout of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics -- 1.4 The Times-Specific Self-consciousness of China's Road -- 1.4.1 The road towards self-improvement: a clear understanding of the historical orientation -- 1.4.2 The road to the win-win outcome: deep insight into the theme of the times -- 1.4.3 The road to innovation: conscious assumption of a solemn mission -- 2 Theoretical Confidence -- 2.1 Consistent Thought Inheritance -- 2.2 Theoretical Quality: Well Targeted -- 2.3 Chinese Manner: Self-consciousness and Confidence -- 2.4 The Spirit of the Times: Innovative Development -- 3 Institutional Confidence -- 3.1 Objective Requirements for the Cause of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics -- 3.2 Natural Practice of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics -- 3.3 Composition of the System of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics -- 3.4 Concentrated Reflection on the Characteristics and Advantages of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics -- 4 Cultural Confidence -- 4.1 Spiritual Independence Is the Precondition for the Economic and Political Independence of a Society -- 4.2 Chinese Culture Is an Inexhaustible Source for the Spiritual Independence of Chinese Society -- 4.3 Socialism with Chinese Characteristics Is Rooted in the Fertile Soil of Chinese Culture -- 4.4 The Realization of Chinese Culture Amidst Innovative Development Is the "Present Progressive" Tense -- References -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
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