Last China

The CCP’s monolithic appearance may turn out to be a mirage and a serious risk to stability

Forty years ago, the Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping theorized about the primary stage in the construction of socialism, a period that in his opinion, displaying that long-term vision so characteristic of Chinese thought, would require at least one hundred years of perseverance.

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Graduated from the University of Phoenix in Management (MBA). Also in Turabo University (BA), Executive Director at Muniz & Rodriguez Professional Firm.

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Chris Muniz

Chris Muniz

Graduated from the University of Phoenix in Management (MBA). Also in Turabo University (BA), Executive Director at Muniz & Rodriguez Professional Firm.

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