China’s New Leadership

Spot Survey

No.26

Edited by ONISHI Yasuo
March 2003
Chapter 1
Introduction
1.1 The Idea and Reality of a “Socialist Market Economy”
1.2 Evaluation of the Zhu Rongji’s “Three Major Reforms”
1.3 Main Points of the Tenth Five-year Plan
1.4 Aiming for Building of a “Well-off Society”in an all-roundway
Conclusion
Chapter 2
Introduction
2.1 Designation of Officers: Limited Transfer of Powers from Jian Zemin to Hu Jintaro
2.2 How the Important Thought of the “Three Represents” are Treated
2.3 Start of Change of the Chinese Communist Party: Growing Away from the “Worker’s and Farmer’s Party”
Conclusion
Chapter 3
Introduction
3.1 The Formulation of the “16-word Directive”
3.2 Jiang Zemin’s Foreign Policy
3.3 Foreign Policy after the 16th Party Congress
Conclusion
Chapter 4
Introduction
4.1 Ruling by Law and Ruling by Virtue
4.2 Judicial Reform
4.3 Reform of the System on Judges
Conclusion
Chapter 5
Introduction
5.1 The Tide of Large Enterprise Privatization
5.2 Japan’s Cooperation for Environmental Management in Thailand (in case of supporting of the Environmental Research and Training Center)
Conclusion
Epilogue
Introduction
6.1 Accomplishments of the 16th National Congress of the CPC
6.2 Challenges Facing the New Leadership
6.3 Outlook for the 17th National Congress of the CPC