Current Foreign Chinese Politics and its Resilience in the Globalized World

Shafiq ur-Rehman, Nasrullah Khan, Shahzad Ali Gill


The efficacy of a state’s political system, irrespective of its type (democratic or non-democratic, liberal or centralized, presidential or parliamentary and representing common citizens or demonstrating only elite aristocrats etc.), depends upon the basic principle how much responsiveness it shows in serving the interest of the common people. This paper is an attempt to evaluate the resilience of the Chinese Model. The framework for the analysis is the governance, legitimacy and public participation in policy making process. The assessment of the Chinese politics reveals that the Communist Party of China (CPC) is dominating the overall governance. It has been making efforts to endorse rule of law, human rights, free trade, transparency and establishment of lasting relations across the world. The ruling party has created a sense of harmony and uniformity in the functioning of various branches of the government such as the legislature, the executive and the judiciary. The success of Chinese model with such an extreme domination of single party over a period of time denote that the Chinese society has been legitimizing the traditional position of CPC through elections at national as well as provincial levels.  It can easily be concluded that the resilience of the Chinese Model is reliant on the performance of the dominant Communist Party.

Keywords: Political System, Communist Party of China, Global Politics, Western Liberal Democracy, Asia-Pacific.

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