What Can China Learn from Taiwan's Democratic Experience?
Bruce Dickson (George Washington University)
Date: 6 March 2014Time: 7:00 PM
Finishes: 6 March 2014Time: 9:00 PM
Venue: Russell Square: College BuildingsRoom: G50
Type of Event: Annual Lecture
Bruce Dickson is professor of political science and international affairs at the George Washington University. His teaching and research focus on China's domestic politics, in particular the evolving relationship between the CCP and society and the prospects for regime change.
Summary of the Talk
"What Can China Learn from Taiwan's Democratic Experience?" For the past few decades, China watchers have debated the possibility of regime change in China and the prospects for democracy. China's leaders have also been studying the experiences of other countries to get ideas for political reform. How does Taiwan's experience with democracy influence thinking about China's future? In this talk, Dickson revisits his past work comparing the CCP and the KMT and also examines recent comparisons of politics in China and Taiwan.
Organiser: Centre of Taiwan Studies
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