Political System Reform of China under the Grand Strategy Theory

Zhaoyang CHANG


How to interpret the political system reform of China is an important issue even for today. Promoting and deepening the political system reform in China is an important part of uploading and improving the socialist system with Chinese characteristics and promoting the modernization of the national governance system and capacity. Based on the grand strategy theory, this article attempts to understand and analyze the political system reform of China from three aspects: the objectives of the grand strategy, the relationship between the objectives and means, and the way and art of thinking. We conclude that China’s political system reform should upload the governing and guidance role of the fundamental objectives, the unity of means and objectives, and the unity of “practicality, comprehensiveness, and discretion”.


Grand strategy; Political system reform; Grand strategy theory

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12441


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