A century after its underground beginnings, the Communist Party today exerts remarkable control, governing nearly every corner of Chinese life and focused now more than ever on strengthening its role. The world’s richest and most powerful political party has also created the world’s biggest economic power. But how prepared is the Communist party for the challenges it faces in sustaining its growth, and what are the implications for China and its role in the world? Join Rowan Callick as he discusses one of the world’s most powerful institutions.
Rowan Callick is Asia Pacific Editor for The Australian and author of Party Time: Who Runs China and How. Previously, he was the Hong Kong based China correspondent for the Australian Financial Review and a senior writer with TIME magazine. He received the Graham Perkin Award for Journalist of the Year in 1995 and has won two Walkley Awards for Asia Pacific coverage. He has also written Comrades and Capitalists: Hong Kong Since the Handover.
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