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台灣智庫政策研究系列 35《習近平時代的統治思維:中國式現代化探析》

|作 者|吳瑟致、王占璽、王國臣、林昕璇、林竣達、林雅鈴

|發 行 人|吳榮義

|總 編 輯|呂曜志




|出  版|財團法人台灣智庫




定價:100元 洽購專線:(02)2370-6987





From the Editor in Chief

In October 2022, China entered the era of the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), marking Xi Jinping’s third term.

He became the first CPC leader to serve three consecutive terms since the

reform and opening-up era. Within the 20th Politburo Standing Committee

of the CPC, Xi continued to exert control over party, government, and military power. China’s party-state system with “Xi as the core” reflects

a different power distribution within the CPC compared to the past.

Understanding the changes in China’s political development involves

observing Xi’s approach to consolidating his power, the issues and changes arising from the possibility of Xi serving indefinitely, and analyzing Xi’s model of governance.

In response to these developments, the Taiwan Thinktank established the China Issues Research Center in 2023. The center invited scholars and experts from relevant fields to collectively delve into the “Chinese factors

under Xi’s rule,” aiming to objectively, accurately, and freshly nderstand China. For Taiwan, facing the threat from China, the risks and challenges of “Xi’s totalitarianism” cannot be ignored. Domestic scholars and experts were invited to focus on “The Rationale of Rule in Xi’s Era,” discussing three aspects: legal and political, socio-economic, diplomatic and defense. They analyze the governance characteristics of Xi’s comprehensive authority.

This book is the first volume of the “The Rationale of Rule in Xi’s Era” series, focusing on “Thoughts, the Party-State and Governance.” It invites five young scholars, including Assistant Professor Hung Yaonan from the Department of Diplomacy at Tamkang University, Assistant Professor Wu Junzhi from the General Education Center at National Taipei University of Education, Assistant Research Fellow Tseng Weifeng from the Institue of International Relations at National Chengchi University,Assistant Professor Wu Sechih from the General Education Center at Taipei University of Marine Technology, and Assistant Professor Hsiao Tuhuan from the Department of Political Science at Chinese Culture University, Each scholar addresses aspects such as party building and the rule of law, political participation, central-local relations, patriotic education and ideological control, as well as governance policies towards Hong Kong and Macau. These discussions serve as the theoretical basis for analyzing Xi’s governance ideology.

President, Dr. Liu Yau Jr


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