Introducing Harvard’s leading Digital China project.
Author: Lawrence C. Reardon About the Book From 1949 to 1978, communist elites held clashing visions of China’s economic development. Mao Zedong advocated the “first way” of semi-autarchy characteristic of revolutionary Stalinism (1929–34), while Zhou Enlai adapted bureaucratic Stalinism (1934–53) to promote …
The dramatic growth of ethno-nationalism in China and India is a driving force behind their current border tensions.
Ya-wen Lei examines how Taiwan as a democratic developmental and welfare state managed to contain the outbreak of Coronavirus.