» 04/28/2016, 13.18
John Mok Chit Wai
Xi Jinping and religions: the Party must lead “effectively” and “forcefully”
John Mok Chit Wai, from Chinese University of Hong Kong, highlights President Xi’s intentions toward religions, which should have no autonomy, and submit to the party. For some, this is the beginning of a "Second Cultural Revolution" to “decimate the religions”.
Liberals, China’s last hope
The Communist government shows no intention to make deep changes that could save the country from popular unrest. However, a not so small faction exists on the sidelines that could changes things with the support of 450 internet users. Here is the analysis of an important scholar.
Wei Jingsheng: Waiting for China’s Jasmine Revolution
The struggle for democracy, be it Chinese or Arabic, must properly evaluate the strength of the dictators and the movement to overturn them. Democracy and human rights in China, are songs sung only by an elite: the need to mobilize the masses without dealing with the tyrants. The analysis of the great Chinese dissident.
19/02/2016 13:33:00 CHINA
Chinese state media want more powers for President Xi to deal with serious situation
The People's Daily published an opinion piece by a "Study Group" that calls for greater concentration of power in the paramount leader to avoid direct confrontation with US and economic stagnation.
Liu Xianbin jailed for ten years for calling for greater democracy
The activist has been in prison for months for having blogged extolling the protests and defending Liu Xiaobo in 2010. Experts say the authorities, fearing of revolt, are ready to condemn anyone who criticizes the Communist Party or the government for subversion.
Globalization is the weapon of repression in China
Merging markets and opening borders has undoubtedly had great benefits for the world, but not for those nations which - like China – exercise an authoritarian power and economic development. Without democracy and social equity Beijing will collapse. The analysis of the great Chinese dissident.
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