Diaocha yanjiu: a legacy and firm guide for policymakers

By Jiao Jie and Nathan Williams | China Daily | Updated: 2023-08-14 08:51
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Mao's desk in Xunwu, where he wrote "Report from Xunwu" and "The Opposition to Dogmatic Idealism." CHINA DAILY

First milestone reached

China has achieved the first of its "Two Centenary Goals" — victory over extreme poverty, attained on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Party. It has now embarked on its journey to realize the second: Building a modern socialist country that is prosperous, strong, democratic, culturally advanced and harmonious by 2050.

"Both goals, which are meant to define the country's legacy for the 21st century, are absolutely reliant on research and investigation and, subsequently, experimentation followed by adoption," Nilsson said.

He believes that Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era stands as an essential prerequisite for advancing the country's endeavors toward the second goal.

"This has relied on evidence-based decision-making since reform and opening-up, but with enhanced sophistication and precision following the adoption of targeted poverty alleviation, proposed by President Xi, which also required a unified understanding and determination," he said.

After delving into the topic, the journalists discovered that the common thread connecting different times in history lies in their association with the CPC leadership and their roles in shaping China's political and socioeconomic development.

While representing different eras and responding to distinct challenges, these ideological systems reflect the party's commitment to evidence-based governance and its efforts to navigate the complexities of a changing world.

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