National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) are the most authoritative events in the politics of the People`s Republic of China. The 18th National Congress of the CPC, which was held on 8-14 November, 2012 in Beijing, witnessed a transition to the fifth generation of the leadership.
Part One of this book consists of thirteen papers dealing with the change of emphasis from growth to more inclusive development as well as covers diverse fields including, centre province relations, fiscal and monetary arrangements, use of cyberspace, Party-PLA relations of Xinjing, Tibet and Inner Mongolia. Part Two of the book analyses the outcomes of the 18th National Congress of the CPC. It also includes contributions which refer to individual perspectives on the Party Congress, continuing intra-Party debates and brief data about the new leading figures at the highest echelons of the Party.
Both Parts of this book indicate that China is at critical juncture in its CPC led governance. The book provides comprehensive analyses and valuable insights on the issues from Indian perspectives.