China Perspectives No. 52

China Perspectives No. 52

China - Society

Towards a Chinese Sociology for “Communist Civilisation”
In Peking, a group of sociologists at Tsinghua University are proposing a new course of research Page 4

Aurore Merle

What Future for Public Intellectuals?
The specialisation of knowledge, the commercialisation of culture and the emergence of post-modernism characterise China in the 1990s Page 16

Xu Jilin

The Professional Reintegration of the Xiagang
A survey in Liaoning province underscores the importance of vocational training courses Page 32

Zhang YiLi Peilin

China - Law

Harmonising Local Laws with the Central Legislation
One critical step in China’s long-march towards rule of law Page 44

Zou Keyuan

Macau

Public Sector Reform in Macau After the Handover Page 56

Bill K. P. Chou

China - Foreign Policy

Border Disputes between China and North Korea Page 64

Daniel Gomà Pinilla

Book Reviews

Ross Terrill, The New Chinese Empire—and what it means for the United States Page 72

Henri Eyraud

David M. Lampton (ed.), The Making of Chinese Foreign and Security Policy in the Era of Reform, 1978- 2000 Page 74

Jean-Pierre Cabestan

Bo Zhiyue, Chinese Provincial Leaders: Economic Performance and Political Mobility since 1949 Page 76

Stéphanie Balme

Christophe Rouil, Formose, des batailles presque oubliées… Page 78

Ann Heylen

Iredale Robyn, Bilik Naran and Guo Fei (eds.), China’s Minorities on the Move. Selected Case Studies, Godement François (dir.), “La Chine et son Occident. China and its Western Frontier”, Les Cahiers d’Asie Page 79

Élisabeth Allès

Bertil Lintner, Blood Brothers: Crime, Business and Politics in Asia Page 82

Guilhem Fabre

Guobin Zhu, Le Statut de Hong Kong, Autonomie ou Intégration Page 84

Leïla Choukroune

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