By Jon Eugene von Kowallis This is a follow-up paper for the 2016 SDN Encounter with Yu Keping. Professor Yu has remarked in “The Logic of Chinese Cultural Development in a Variable World of Modernization and Globalization”, the first chapter of his book On China’s Cultural Transformation (2012)...

By Susan Trevaskes This is a follow-up paper for the 2016 SDN Encounter with Yu Keping. What do the following three disparate governance agendas have in common: building frameworks for fighting corruption; enhancing judicial integrity; and fighting criminals and dissenters who threaten social stability? The answer is that...

By Zhiqiong June Wang, Western Sydney University This is a follow-up paper for the 2016 SDN Encounter with Yu Keping. Introduction Professor Yu Keping argues that the modernisation of Chinese governance requires the presence of five essential elements: institutionalisation, democratisation, rule of law, efficiency, and coordination. Among them,...

By Jianfu Chen, La Trobe Law School This is a follow-up paper for the 2016 SDN Encounter with Yu Keping. Globalisation: cross-currents and counter-currents Professor Yu Keping has helpfully reminded us that globalisation is a process that is promoted and resisted, enhanced and undermined, praised and condemned by various forces and...

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