/23Economic transformationCR, Ch 6 Naughton, pp. 129-148; Ch 8 Downs, pp. 171-200; Economist, “The East is Grey,” August 10, 2013.6/28Political SystemCR, Ch 10 Fewsmith, pp. 227-246; Susan Lawrence, China’s Political Institutions in Charts,Congressional Research Service R43303 (November 12, 2013); Susan Lawrence and Michael Martin, Understanding China’s Political System,Congressional Research Service (March 20, 2013)./30Political system continuedBrantly Womack, “Modernization and the Sino-Vietnamese Model,” International Journal of China Studies2:3 (August-September 2011), pp. 157-175; Yu Keping, “Search for balance in China: a quest for dynamic stability,” East Asia ForumSeptember 22,1013.710/5READING DAY/7A life in China: Sidney RittenbergThe Revolutionary (in class documentary)810/12FIRST TEST: Short Answer Questions/14FIRST TEST: Essay Questions9/19Challenges of sustainabilityBrantly Womack, “Political Reform and Sustainable Development in China,” Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences3:1 (March 2010), pp. 32-54./21Challenges of diversity: TibetEzra Vogel, “Chapter 17: One Country, Two Systems,” in Deng Xiaoping and the Transfomation of China(Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2011), pp. 477-522; Brantly Womack, ResolvingAsymmetric Stalemate: The case of the Tibetan Question,” Journal of Contemporary China, no. 52 (August 2007), pp. 443-460.10/26China, region, and worldBrantly Womack, “China between Region and World,” China Journalno. 61 (January2009), pp. 1-20; Xi Jinping, “New Asian Security Concept For New Progress in Security Cooperation,” May 21, 2014./28Taiwan and trianglesChas Freeman, “The Beijing-Taipei-Washington Triangle,” presented November 18, 2013; Brantly Womack, “The Washington-Beijing-Taipei Triangle: An American Perspective,” ms; REN Xiao, “The Beijing-Taipei-Washington Triangle: A PRC Perspective,” ms;
4Tse-Kang LENG, “The Taipei-Beijing-Washington Triangle: A Taiwanese Perspective,” ms.1111/2China’s peaceful riseBarry Buzan, “The Logic and Contradictions of ‘Peaceful Rise/Development’ as China’s Grand Strategy,” The Chinese Journal of International Politics, 2014, pp. 1–40; Brantly Womack, “China and the Future Status Quo,” Chinese Journal of International Politics8:2 (Summer 2015), pp. 115-137.