Beijing’s Grand Strategy

The Chinese Communist Party’s long-term strategic objective is to displace the United States as the world’s most powerful country and create a new world order favourable to China’s authoritarian brand of politics, or its “socialist market economy.” Read More Here

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From Mao To Xi And Beyond: What Kind Of Leader Will China’s Communist Party Need For The Next 100 Years?

Today, Xi is leader of a country that is likely to become the world’s biggest economy in a matter of years, which has just sent three astronauts into space to spend three months in a Chinese space station, and which has strengthened its military to the point where the United States has to think twice whether to take it on. Read […]

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China’s New Tibetan Line Tracks The Indian Border

Travel times from Lhasa to the border city of Nyingchi, on the front line of the China-India military standoff and buildup, will be slashed from nine hours by road to about three hours. The rail artery runs in parallel with the Yaluzangbu River, the Chinese name of the Brahmaputra River in India that rises in […]

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Adaptation Key To Success For Communist Party Of China

For the West, China is a disputable issue, even more so its phenomenal economic growth in recent decades. There are many question marks, in the West, over the emergence of China as the new economic, political, and recently also technological power. What is the secret behind China’s unprecedented success story? Read More Here

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The Plot Against China?

The United States and China are embroiled in a contest that might prove more enduring, more wide-ranging, and more intense than any other international competition in modern history, including the Cold War. Read More Here

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