China’s Unfinished Revolution
Jonathan Fenby, Managing Director, China Team, Trusted Sources
Chair: Roderic Wye, Associate Fellow, Asia Programme, Chatham House
In the last three decades, China has registered extraordinary economic growth which has turned it into a major world power. But the new leadership which takes over in Beijing this autumn faces daunting political, economic and social challenges. Jonathan Fenby will assess where the last major state ruled by a communist party stands today and what it needs to do to continue the revolution set in train by Deng Xioaping.