restricted access   Number 20, July 2015

Table of Contents

Roundtable

The Future of "Rule According to Law" in China

Introduction

pp. 2-3
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Legal Reform in the Xi Jinping Era

pp. 4-9
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China’s Legal System and the Fourth Plenum

pp. 10-16
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Chinese Characteristics of the “Socialist Rule of Law”: Will the Fourth Plenum Cure the Problems of the Chinese Judicial System?

pp. 17-22
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The Rule of Law with Xi-Era Characteristics: Law for Economic Reform, Anticorruption, and Illiberal Politics

pp. 23-29
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Assessing the Fourth Plenum of the Chinese Communist Party: Personnel Management and Corruption

pp. 30-37
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Conclusion: Stronger and More Professional Courts—But Still Under Party Control

pp. 38-44
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Articles

Why Can’t We Be Friends?: Assessing the Operational Value of Engaging PLA Leadership

pp. 45-79
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From Strategic Partnership to Strategic Alliance?: Australia-Japan Security Ties and the Asia-Pacific

pp. 81-111
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Internal Migration in North Korea: Preparation for Governmental Disruption

pp. 113-141
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Book Review Roundtable

Nicholas R. Lardy’s Markets over Mao: The Rise of Private Business in China

The State of China’s Economic Miracle

pp. 144-148
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Distortions in the Balance Sheet Matter to China’s Growth

pp. 148-152
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Who Is Responsible for China’s Growth: The State or the Private Sector?

pp. 152-155
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Where’s the Government?

pp. 156-160
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The Contradictions of China’s Political Economy

pp. 160-163
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Author’s Response: China Has Grown Because It Has Grown More Capitalist

pp. 163-168
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