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The year of 2014 marks the beginning of the implementation of the comprehensive reform plans. The world is watching closely whether China is able to translate its ambitious plan of new reforms into reality. As the ruling party in China, the Communist Party of China (CPC) not only initiates and designs the new-reform blueprint, but also leads and navigates the whole process.

To understand China's reforms, one must first understand the CPC; to know the future of China's reforms, one must first know the role of the CPC. To satisfy intense interest in and enhance understanding of the CPC, China Center for Contemporary World Studies (CCCWS) and China Foundation for Peace and Development (CFPD) are to jointly hold "The Party and the World Dialogue 2014" on the theme of "China's New Reforms: the Role of the Party".

The Party and the World Dialogue 2014 focuses on China's new round of reforms. Topics for discussions cover the background, decision-making process, guiding thinking of and approaches to the reforms. The Dialogue will gather senior central and local officials of the Party, renowned Chinese and international scholars and experts on the Party and China. The organizers seek to promote through this dialogue candid, in-depth and constructive exchanges between Chinese and international academia and the Party's leadership, decision-makers and reform-practitioners at various levels. In this way, the role of the Party in the new round of reforms may be viewed in a more objective and comprehensive manner, and insights on prospects and impact of China's reform tend to be more accurate and thorough.

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