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Mr. Li Cheng

Wrong Li Cheng?

Analyst of Chinese Politics

Local Address: Washington, United States
Brookings Institution
The Presidential Appointee Initiative , 1775 Massachusetts Ave. , NW ,
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
United States

Company Description: The Brookings Institution is an independent, nonpartisan research organization, which seeks to improve the performance and quality of U.S. public policies. It...   more
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"It's another step toward putting him ...
www.bloomberg.com, 10 April 2012 [cached]
"It's another step toward putting him in jail on a very serious charge," said Li Cheng, an analyst of Chinese politics at Washington's Brookings Institution.
"The controls are tighter than ever," ...
www.tri-cityherald.com, 4 May 2009 [cached]
"The controls are tighter than ever," said Li Cheng, an expert on China's elite politics at the Washington-based Brookings Institution.
Analyzing the results, Li ...
www.taiwanheadlines.gov.tw, 12 Dec 2007 [cached]
Analyzing the results, Li Cheng, a senior researcher at the Brookings Institution who supervised the survey, told Central News Agency that he believes the sharp drop in the percentage of business leaders and opinion leaders supporting U.S. military intervention is related to U.S. and Chinese economic interests as well as to recent provocative moves by Taiwan's government.
He also attributed the high level of support for Taiwan among Congressional staffers to the successful efforts of pro-Taiwan lobby groups in Washington, D.C.
AsiaOne
www.asiaone.com, 13 Mar 2006 [cached]
'The party is not in great shape,' said Mr Li Cheng, a specialist in Chinese politics at Hamilton College in New York. 'Loyalty is deteriorating.
No one in the party has ...
www.businessweek.com, 9 Oct 2007 [cached]
No one in the party has the clout to anoint a successor to Chinese leader Hu Jintao, says Hamilton College professor Li Cheng
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Speaking to CHINA ECONOMIC REVIEW in September, Li Cheng, professor of government at Hamilton College in New York state, said he didn't think a decision had even been reached yet on which cadres would be pushed up the political food chain as potential candidates at October's Chinese Communist Party (CPC) Congress.
"I just think there is likely to be large-scale leadership change on the PSC, Politburo and Central Committee," he said.
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Li believes the nine who are over 65 years old will retire if not promoted to the PSC.
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Li has identified four front-runners who could be appointed to the PSC in October with a view to taking over the reins in 2012.
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"The two Lis and Wang all have a strong chance of becoming PSC members," said Li Cheng.But he thinks Xi's chances may have been dealt a blow by his appointment as Shanghai party secretary in place of Chen.
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