The Internal and External Competition and System Changes Under the Background of Modern Chinese Party Politics

Rong ZENG, Yanhan LIU, Qinhan ZENG

Abstract


Since modern times, Chinese intellectual Liang Qichao and others have imitated the Western political system and vigorously advocated and implemented party politics in order to promote the historical process of political democratization and diplomacy in modern China. As China was in the current situation of internal and external troubles, various political parties have advocated national diplomacy, and have written national diplomacy policies into the party constitution or political program as a guideline for the fierce competition on the domestic and foreign affairs arena. Due to the frequent divisions and reorganizations between political parties, the political programs and political ideas of the political parties were confused with each other, and the responsibilities and obligations of party members were blurred, resulting in the increasingly complex internal and external competition of modern Chinese political parties, which reflected the modern Chinese political system Major changes.


Keywords


Party politics; National diplomacy; System changes

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11940

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