Deng Xiaoping


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Chinese communist statesman (1904-1997)

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The two-term limit on the presidency was introduced by Deng Xiaoping in 1982.
While working under Mao, Deng Xiaoping attempted to apply some constraints on the leader.
By juxtaposing it with Marxism-Leninism, Mao Zedong Thought, Deng Xiaoping Theory, the Theory of Three Represents and the Scientific Outlook on Development, it virtually made Xi's pronouncements as the working guide of the party in this era.
In 1997, Deng Xiaoping Theory was established as the CPC's guiding theory.
Third, his sources also allow him to show the extent to which Deng Xiaoping, the man who finally took over the leadership in China following Mao Zedong's death in 1976, accelerated his country's opposition to the Vietnamese occupation in Cambodia as part of his wider strategy of taking on the perceived Soviet threat in Central Asia and in the South China Sea.
A towering figure in Chinese history, second only to Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping formed part of Chinese politics from the day the People's Republic of China was proclaimed in Beijing, in 1949 (Shambaugh1993; Yang 1993).
Hit the rewind button: Deng Xiaoping said in 1979 that the Basic Law met commitments made in the Joint Declaration.
China could only export agricultural products after Deng Xiaoping opened China's door to the world, the nation was then able to export electric appliances during the era of Mao Zedong.
1977: Deng Xiaoping back in power The disgraced deputy Prime Minister of China, Deng Xiaoping, is to return to Government.
China's late leader Deng Xiaoping visited Houston during his historic trip to the United States in 1979.
Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said Wednesday it is his "dearest wish" that ownership of the Japanese-controlled Senakaku Islands remain a bilateral matter between Tokyo and Beijing, citing a past agreement between Japan and former Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping.
Protesters hold up posters of China's late Chairman Mao Zedong and a poster of China's late paramount leader Deng Xiaoping (back) wearing a People's Liberation Army uniform during a protest on the 81st anniversary of Japan's invasion of China, outside the Japanese embassy in Beijing, on September 18.
Summary: The ghost of Deng Xiaoping may lurk in Pyongyang, with signs that the world's youngest head of state is trying to shake up his isolated and impoverished nation.
For those seeking to understand China's place in the world, Ezra Vogel has performed a great service through his meticulous decadelong work on this biography of Deng Xiaoping, who emerged as China's leader following the death of Mao Zedong in 1976.
1997: Deng Xiaoping of China died at the age of 92.