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  Modern China: Communist China
China and Russia had for almost three hundred years been mortal and suspicious enemies; the common bond of proletariat revolution could not undo centuries of Russian expansion and imperialism and Chinese suspicion.
The world now had two separate communist superpowers pursuing radically different courses; the immediate effect, however, of the split was to isolate China internationally, for it now had no friends in the world.
China benefitted in other ways as well: the détente allowed China to import airplanes, technology, and other products; this, more than anything else, led to rapid modernization in the late 1970's and 1980's.
www.wsu.edu:8001 /~dee/MODCHINA/COMM2.HTM   (2458 words)

 Essential Background: Overview of human rights issues in China (Human Rights Watch, 31-12-2004)
China’s legislature, the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress which is responsible for the changes to the Basic Law, has ignored repeated requests for consultation by representatives of Hong Kong’s electorate.
China used its support for the U.S.-led "war against terrorism" to leverage international support for, or at least acquiescence in, its own crackdown on Uighurs, a Turkic-speaking Muslim population in China’s northwestern Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region.
However, China was in part responsible for the Security Council’s failure to impose sanctions on Sudan for its complicity in violence in the Darfur region.
hrw.org /english/docs/2005/01/13/china9809.htm   (2940 words)

Communist China (as it is still anachronistically called) has adopted a model that is basically the best of two worlds: the political efficiency of the one-party system and the economic efficiency of the market economy.
Communist China enjoys a great advantage: a meek, peaceful population, educated over the centuries to believe both in superstition and in the government (which is supposed to come from Heaven).
China (or, better, one of the many Chinas), that has been occupying Tibet since the 1950s, is still persecuting Chinese occupation troops harass buddhist monks China, that has been occupying Tibet since the 1950s, is still persecuting Tibetans.
www.scaruffi.com /politics/china.html   (9194 words)

 History: The Roots of Communist China
The Chinese Communist revolution, and the foreign policy of the regime to which it has given rise, have several roots, each of which is embedded in the past more deeply than one would tend to expect of a movement seemingly so convulsive.
China developed an elaborate and effective political system resting on a remarkable cultural unity, the latter in turn being due mainly to the general acceptance of a common, although difficult, written language and a common set of ethical and social values, known as Confucianism.
These bases existed mainly by virtue of the efforts of the local Communist leadership to satisfy the serious economic and social grievances of the local civilians, often violently, through such means as redistribution of land at the expense of landlords and the reduction of interest rates at the expense of moneylenders.
www.cyberessays.com /History/91.htm   (1945 words)

 China e-Lobby
Communist China's crackdown against the internet continues: As a cyberjournalist is sentenced to two years in prison (Boxun), the "Internet Society of China" becomes the latest Communist group used in the crackdown (Radio Free Asia via Epoch Times).
Communist China, by contrast, is already doing both of these things, so having Kim Jong-il do them on its behalf allows it to accomplish its objectives without any consequences.
Communist China sends private "message" to its Korean colony: Communist Chinese ex-Foreign Minister Tang Jiaxuan visited Stalinist-in-chief Kim Jong-il, supposedly "carrying a message from China's President Hu Jintao calling for restraint" (BBC); the cadres were willing to publicly tell the rest of the world to back off the colony (same link).
china-e-lobby.blogspot.com   (3513 words)

 It Shines For All: China Archives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
"China is to bring in new financial incentives to encourage people in rural areas to have fewer children in another bid to control its rising population," the BBC reports.
Communist China: "A blind activist who was arrested after recording complaints of forced abortions was sentenced Thursday to four years and three months in prison on what his supporters say were phony charges, a defense lawyer said," the AP reports.
Communists Claim Activist Beat Himself Up Red Chinese "investigators say activist Fu Xiancai, who was paralysed after a severe beating, inflicted the blows himself, according to a rights body," the BBC reports.
www.shinesforall.com /archives/china/index.html   (8336 words)

 Communist China and the USA
communist Chinese naval fleets congregated in the Taiwan Strait.
Because of the developing hatred, China and the United States held a summit meeting in 1998 in an attempt to open communications and ease the tension that had been building since nine years before.
China and the United States recognize the mutual benefits of solving their international problems together peacefully, and the two governments are likely to avoid initiating another destructive war when the theme for the twenty-first century is world peace.
www.ccds.charlotte.nc.us /History/China/03/hicks/hicks.htm   (1265 words)

 BREITBART.COM - Google Agrees to Censor Results in China
China already has more than 100 million Web surfers and the audience is expected to swell substantially _ an alluring prospect for Google as it tries to boost its already rapidly rising profits.
Google officials characterized the censorship concessions in China as an excruciating decision for a company that adopted "don't be evil" as a motto.
Google is cooperating with China's government at the same time it is battling the U.S. government over a subpoena seeking a breakdown of one week's worth of search requests _ a list that would cover millions of terms.
www.breitbart.com /news/2006/01/24/D8FBCF686.html   (667 words)

 frontline: china in the red: roundtable: china and the internet | PBS
The Internet's evolution in China is in many ways a microcosm of the sweeping economic changes initiated 25 years ago by Deng Xiaoping, which were designed to liberalize China's markets and open them to the world.
Even as China's entrepreneurs leap onto the Internet, the government is developing some of the world's most sophisticated filtering technologies to control speech and access, and is cracking down on various forms of online "subversion," imprisoning pro-democracy advocates who have used the Internet for political purposes.
According to BusinessWeek, China is "poised to move up the technology ladder at a pace unprecedented among nations," and is on track, Amnesty International reports, to have the world's largest population of Internet users in four years.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/red/roundtable/internet.html   (1261 words)

 The Epoch Times | Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party
In the last hundred years, the sudden invasion by the communist specter has created a force against nature and humanity, causing limitless agony and tragedy.
The 55-year history of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is written with blood and lies.
The Communist Party is essentially an evil cult that harms mankind.
ninecommentaries.com   (757 words)

 People's Republic of China - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The PRC asserts the Republic of China to be an illegitimate and supplanted state and administratively categorizes Taiwan as a province of the PRC.
China's territorial disputes have led to several localized wars in the last 50 years, including the occupation of Tibet in 1950, the Sino-Indian War in 1962, the Sino-Soviet border conflict in 1969 and the Sino-Vietnam War in 1979.
The government is particularly concerned with the large imbalance in the sex ratio at birth, apparently the result of a combination of traditional preference for boys, family planning pressure, and the wide availability of ultrasound, which led to its ban for the purpose of sex-selective abortion.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Communist_China   (6512 words)

 China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
China is rated "Not Free" by Freedom House.
Radio Free Asia, the Voice of America and the BBC World Service are all blocked by the rulers of China, who know that their own philosophy could not survive in a free marketplace of ideas.
Communist China, like all communist states, are ruthless imperialists.
markhumphrys.com /china.html   (592 words)

Since the Communist regime was installed in 1949, the media has been a battleground in the ceaseless factional conflicts within the Communist Party, and, to a certain extent, in the country at large.
Although he led China into a new era of modernization and economic development, with an annual growth rate of nearly 10 percent, the bitter legacy of the Cultural Revolution was still fresh in Deng's mind, more than twenty years later, as the universities erupted once more.
China's long march toward capitalism and freedom is in danger of stalling: "capitalist-roaders" like Deng and his successors, have had to face not only domestic enemies who long to restore Maoism, but enemies abroad intent on putting obstacles in their path.
www.antiwar.com /justin/justinchina1.html   (3599 words)

 State Senate Says "No!" to MFN for Communist China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
For example, the evidence is overwhelming that Communist China is one of the most repressive regimes on the face of the earth.
Also, Beijing's communist rulers have been so successful in killing, imprisoning, and exiling their democratic opponents that the U.S. State Department earlier this year admitted that all public dissent has been silenced.
Those supporting continued MFN status for Communist China have argued that good trade relations with Beijing are so important to America's economy that we should overlook whatever moral concerns we have with the behavior of Beijing's communist dictators.
www.pacificresearch.org /pub/cap/1997/97-05-28.html   (413 words)

 Communist Party of China - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
From the sixties until the death of its principal leader, Mao Zedong, the CPC was the main inspiration for the worldwide communist social movement.
The relationship between party and state is somewhat different from that of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, in which the party controlled the state.
Supporters of the International Tibet Independence Movement, the Republic of China on Taiwan, and Taiwan independence, neoconservatives in the United States and Japan, along with many left-wing forces in those same countries, are among the groups which have opposed the CPC government because it is a single-party state regime.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Communist_Party_of_China   (2209 words)

 China's Bloody Century
This work on China is the second volume of three on the genocide and mass murder by governments in our century.
The primary purpose of this work on China, however, is to estimate the number of people killed in cold-blood for the various governments that China has had since 1900.
To murder someone means to unlawfully and purposely kill them, or to be responsible for their death through reckless and depraved indifference to his life (as in the Nationalist conscription drives or the communist forced labor camps).
www.hawaii.edu /powerkills/NOTE2.HTM   (1924 words)

 WorldNetDaily: Iran, Bush & Communist China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Communist China, Russia and Pakistan – all supposed friends of the United States – helping an enemy of America build their nuclear program.
Few Americans realize Communist China and Russia are the two biggest host nations for terrorists on this globe.
China National Petroleum is the largest shareholder in a consortium running much of the oil patch in Sudan, a country accused by the United States of genocide in its western region of Darfur.
www.worldnetdaily.com /news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=48231   (810 words)

 Chinese Communist Party, Communist Party of China
The Third Plenary Session of the 11th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, held in December 1978, decided to shift the focus of the Party's work to socialist modernization and set a policy of reform and opening up to the outside world.
The Central Military Commission of the People's Republic of China is the highest state military organ with the responsibility of commanding the entire armed forces in the country.
CNN profiles the president of the People's Republic of China who is also head of the military and general secretary of the Communist Party.
www.chinatoday.com /org/cpc   (1042 words)

 Simon World :: Post Communist China
To some extent that must be true, because totalitarian governments can make decisions without heed to the short term interests of the voters (although that assumes such dictatorships are enlightened enough to have their population's longer term interests at heart).
China is presently way overdue an economic downturn, even more so as more of the economy lies in private hands, China is ever more integrated into the global financial system and dependent on imported commodities like oil and iron ore.
Simon's statement about China collapsing under the weight of it's own contradictions is a great quote and anyone familiar with China will understand exactly what he means.
simonworld.mu.nu /archives/098789.php   (6078 words)

 FrontPage magazine.com :: China: The New Red Superpower by Frederick W. Stakelbeck Jr.
Chinese President Hu Jintao’s first visit to the U.S. this week to meet with President George Bush and corporate executives from Boeing Co. and Microsoft Corp. comes at a difficult time for the Chinese leader, as concerns regarding his country’s meteoric global rise continue to grow.
China has gained several strong allies on the continent by supporting known dictators like Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe and Sudan’s Omar al-Bashir; providing the economic, intelligence and military means for both leaders to remain in power.
He is an expert on the economic and national security implications for the U.S. of China's emerging regional and global strategic influence.
www.frontpagemag.com /Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=22115   (1194 words)

 CLB :: Main Site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In this survey report by China Labour Bulletin, young Chinese women workers tell us in their own words about their arduous experiences of trying to earn a decent living in the boomtowns of the Chinese economic miracle today.
China Labour Bulletin Weekly Roundup No. 22 (2006-10-20)
China Labour Bulletin Weekly Roundup No. 21 (2006-09-08)
www.china-labour.org.hk /public/main   (318 words)

 Chinese Communist Party, Communist Party of China (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab-3.cs.princeton.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Communist Party of China (CPC) was founded on July 1, 1921 in Shanghai, China.
The CPC is the ruling party of mainland China (P.R. China).
The Communist Party of China is founded mainly on ideology and politics.
www.chinatoday.com.cob-web.org:8888 /org/cpc   (1052 words)

 p2pnet.net - the original daily p2p and digital media news site
The p2pnet article on 'Cuba's Net hunger striker' I suspect was included more because it seemed it was about those terrible Communists being all dictatorial again instead of an article of interest due to the link to the internet and net freedom.
But in every report on China, you never fail to attach the evil-sounding word Communist to the word China which is exactly what the mainstream press does.
What's really happening is that there's an attempt to rubbish the ideas of the second greatest thinker of the millenium (as voted by half a million BBC voters) which the greatest thinker of the last millenium supported as well.
www.p2pnet.net /story/7842   (1085 words)

 The American Spectator
The Information Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China issued a report on March 9 entitled "The Human Rights Record of the United States in 2005." This is a yearly ritual conducted by Beijing in response to the Country Reports on Human Rights Practices released annually by the United States.
This points clearly to the disingenuousness of China's State Council and is indicative of their report as a whole.
Such an international order would give the communist leadership of China the freedom to limit liberty at home, re-create 1989's Tiananmen Square massacre at will, seize Taiwan by any means possible, and continue to advance its strongest relationships with the most repressive and anti-American regimes on Earth.
www.spectator.org /dsp_article.asp?art_id=9543   (1277 words)

 Stefan Landsberger's Chinese Propaganda Poster Pages   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Moreover, in a society that has been changing as fundamentally as the Chinese since 1949, propaganda posters enable us to witness these historic and aesthetic changes from up close.
The first 50 years of the People's Republic have left us with a body of materials that give an idea of how China saw itself, and its future, over the years.
By showing a breathtaking glimpse of the way in which the country has developed over the past 50 years, these materials provide an illustrated history of modern China in a nutshell.
www.iisg.nl /~landsberger   (624 words)

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