The CCP’s 100-year trajectory through the prism of its founding principles

L'Inalco, l'IFRAE, l'EURICS et l'OSGA organisent un colloque international à l'occasion du centenaire du Parti Communiste Chinois. Un événement cofinancé par le GIS Asie

The CCP’s 100-year trajectory through the prism of its founding principles: Organization, ideology, social bases, modernization and nation-building agenda

? Les 24, 25 et 26 juin 2021
? En ligne

À propos de l'événement

The grouping founded on July 23rd 1921 by a handful of intellectuals in the French concession of Shanghai has magnified into one of the largest and most formidable political party in history. Starting with 53 members in 1921, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) now counts over 91 million members. From a revolutionary movement that survived more than a decade of civil war, despite being driven close to extinction in the mid-1930s, it has become a political regime in itself, dominating since 1949 the world’s most populous country. The CCP led China’s path to modernization from a rural and under-developed country torn apart by warlordism, civil war, and Western imperialism, to a seemingly strong nation and global superpower. This story of China’s path to modernization culminates today in the Party’s China Dream.
Coordination scientifique : Chloé Froissart (IFRAE, Inalco), Jérôme Doyon (OSGA), Sébastien Colin (IFRAE, Inalco and EURICS)
Inscriptions :
Wang Qingsong. Future
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