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One Party, Many “Vassals”: Revival of Regionalism in China and Governance Challenges of the Party State
By Weiqing Song
This article appeared in the Summer 2013 issue of The Independent Review


Abstract

Contemporary China is a country of various regional “vassals”—quasi-autonomous lords who compete against each other and sometimes challenge Beijing, yet who remain tied together by the Chinese Communist Party. Their reemergence during the past few decades illustrates the problems that China’s growing provincial disparities have created for the central government.




Volume 18 Number 1
Summer 2013

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