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Xi Jinping and China’s Expanding Role in Africa
Nov 03, 2022

Xi Jinping and China’s Expanding Role in Africa

As the most dominant external power in Africa, China has already played an expansive role under Xi Jinping’s leadership

Xi Jinping and Uyghur Muslim minorities in Xinjiang
Mar 17, 2021

Xi Jinping and Uyghur Muslim minorities in Xinjiang

Cultural aggression on Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang has been supported by President Xi Jinping and the Chinese Communist Party after the inception of th

Xi Jinping moves one step closer to the top post in China
Oct 29, 2010

Xi Jinping moves one step closer to the top post in China

His appointment as the Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission is a clear indication of the eventual change of guard in 2012

Xi Jinping visit - a wasted opportunity to break new ground
Sep 25, 2014

Xi Jinping visit - a wasted opportunity to break new ground

The Chinese diplomacy seems to have erred on the side of aggression. A golden opportunity "to make a new beginning" was lost mainly due to the face-off in Ladakh. Modi genuinely wanted a much higher level of engagement, but the Chinese President failed to seize the opportunity.

Xi Jinping’s ambitious agenda is getting unmasked and resisted
Nov 30, 2021

Xi Jinping’s ambitious agenda is getting unmasked and resisted

Beijing’s assertions of power beyond China’s borders have begun to evoke responses that ought to deter it from going too far  

Xi Jinping’s Challenge to China
Dec 02, 2022

Xi Jinping’s Challenge to China

His failures on multiple fronts, including the zero-Covid policy, show for all the pretence, China’s is a system not quite in control

Xi Jinping’s sweet words on civilisational respect can’t hide his actions of civilisational contempt
May 18, 2019

Xi Jinping’s sweet words on civilisational respect can’t hide his actions of civilisational contempt

If there is one thing about civilisations, it is the fact that they go through crests and troughs. Some build legacies, others lose them.

Xi Jinping’s visit to Nepal: A diplomatic victory for China?
Oct 23, 2019

Xi Jinping’s visit to Nepal: A diplomatic victory for China?

Of the 20 agreements signed between Nepal and China, four of the agreements have strong security components that aim at developing greater engagements

Ahead of Donald Trump and Xi Jinping meet, China holds all the cards
Apr 05, 2017

Ahead of Donald Trump and Xi Jinping meet, China holds all the cards

There are many obstacles for the US-China summit, such that the American side is simply not ready for a substantive negotiation. But there are also many areas of discussion, including North Korea, the One-China policy and trade.

As China kicks off party congress, all eyes on Xi Jinping
Oct 18, 2017

As China kicks off party congress, all eyes on Xi Jinping

In the last five years, Xi has established unprecedented control over the party and the government. But this also means his mistakes and missteps have been magnified.

At China’s upcoming party Congress, will Xi Jinping further consolidate his powers?
Sep 26, 2017

At China’s upcoming party Congress, will Xi Jinping further consolidate his powers?

Xi Jinping has a keen understanding of the importance of reform. This is likely to serve him well.

China Weekly Report | Volume VI; Issue 36 | Party expands Xi Jinping’s political power, anoints him ‘core’ leader
Nov 02, 2016

China Weekly Report | Volume VI; Issue 36 | Party expands Xi Jinping’s political power, anoints him ‘core’ leader

Communist Party's elevation of President Xi Jinping’s to the core gives him greater influence over reshuffles of top ranks at gathering among other roundups

Decoding Rural Revitalisation, Xi Jinping’s New Priority
Aug 16, 2023

Decoding Rural Revitalisation, Xi Jinping’s New Priority

As the world grapples with uncertainty in the post-COVID-19 era, China appears to be focusing on bolstering its rural economy. China claims to have brought nearly 100 million people out of poverty since 2012, but the regime feels that unbalanced development can jeopardise the gains of poverty alleviation. The widening economic gap could also foment unrest in the rural areas. Additionally, the government believes that the reliance on grain

Doklam standoff not very propitious for Xi Jinping
Jul 25, 2017

Doklam standoff not very propitious for Xi Jinping

As of now, Xi Jinping seems to be in a very strong position to have his way.

Emperor Xi Jinping
Oct 27, 2022

Emperor Xi Jinping

The Chinese president has purged the top Chinese Communist Party hierarchy of even a semblance of diversity

Event Report | Foreign policy under Xi Jinping
Sep 06, 2019

Event Report | Foreign policy under Xi Jinping

The event revolved around the current Chinese foreign policy in south-east Asia, its BRI project and relations with the Indo-Pacific countries and how the world views China under these geopolitical scenarios and Chinese reactions towards them.

How Xi Jinping is playing the 'Trump' card in China
Apr 24, 2018

How Xi Jinping is playing the 'Trump' card in China

Aware of the economic threat posed by the US, the Chinese president has been pushing for economic reforms.

How Xi Jinping, whose father was expelled from Communist Party, became China’s ‘Dada’ Xi
Nov 13, 2019

How Xi Jinping, whose father was expelled from Communist Party, became China’s ‘Dada’ Xi

When Xi took over as general secretary of Communist Party in 2012, western media portrayed him as a ‘compromise candidate’ with little qualification to run China.

India cannot ignore military reforms in China ushered in by Xi Jinping
Oct 26, 2017

India cannot ignore military reforms in China ushered in by Xi Jinping

Reform of the Central Military Commission underscores Xi’s absolute dominance in the army, which helped put the Communist Party of China (CCP) in power. No other CCP leader, including Mao, has controlled the military to the same extent as Xi does today.

Is Xi Jinping a neo-Maoist?
May 06, 2017

Is Xi Jinping a neo-Maoist?

Xi has consolidated a mass of power in his own hands and is not averse to a Mao-like personalised fame.

No surprises in Xi Jinping's carefully-scripted power grab in China
Mar 15, 2018

No surprises in Xi Jinping's carefully-scripted power grab in China

What the amendments to the Constitution by the National People's Congress have done is to tighten the Communist Party's grip over the governmental system in a seemingly legal fashion.

Preserving National Security, the Xi Jinping Way
Aug 11, 2023

Preserving National Security, the Xi Jinping Way

China's assessment of its threat environment has evolved under President Xi Jinping, who underscores the imperative of bolstering traditional and non-traditional security. The Chinese Communist Party believes that inimical forces will attempt to overthrow it by penetrating the ideological sphere. Additionally, following the tumultuous presidential succession in the US in 2021, China has sought to cast doubts on the virtues of democracy, and is le

Saudi Arabia pushes further for strategic autonomy with Xi Jinping’s visit
Dec 12, 2022

Saudi Arabia pushes further for strategic autonomy with Xi Jinping’s visit

Saudi Arabia’s hedging strategy to bring equity to its relations with the US allows China to have a larger footprint in the region

The reading list of Xi Jinping
Jan 07, 2018

The reading list of Xi Jinping

It is well known that Xi Jinping is an avid reader because his speeches have often used quotes from Dickens, Victor Hugo and Paul Coelho. The very choice of the books has a meaning.

With BRI 2.0, Xi Jinping pledges to step up China's game
Apr 29, 2019

With BRI 2.0, Xi Jinping pledges to step up China's game

The Chinese premier's speech on Friday in Beijing, with its promises of transparency, open markets and a focus on quality, indicates that China has taken on board the various critiques of the BRI.

#China: 20वीं पार्टी कांग्रेस और चीन की कूटनीति के भविष्य का सफ़र
Jan 05, 2023

#China: 20वीं पार्टी कांग्रेस और चीन की कूटनीति के भविष्य का सफ़र

जहां तक चीन की कूटनीति की आगे की योजना की बात है, तो पिछली ब

#COVID19: Reading the tea leaves in China
Apr 19, 2020

#COVID19: Reading the tea leaves in China

The public mood is difficult to gauge, but if the internet is any indicator, the State censors are already having a challenging time.

2020 Year of the Ox — How will China continue to lay the groundwork for 2049?
Dec 28, 2020

2020 Year of the Ox — How will China continue to lay the groundwork for 2049?

It seems that China is already gearing for 2021 on two accounts — dual circulation and domestic innovation.

2023: A whirlwind for China’s infrastructure and energy diplomacy
Apr 10, 2024

2023: A whirlwind for China’s infrastructure and energy diplomacy

Upgrading partnerships with resource-rich nations like Turkmenistan, DRC, and Zambia strengthens China's grip on energy supplies and critical minerals

2023: चीनच्या पायाभूत सुविधा आणि ऊर्जा कुटनीती
Apr 22, 2024

2023: चीनच्या पायाभूत सुविधा आणि ऊर्जा कुटनीती

तुर्कमेनिस्तान, DRC आणि झांबिया सारख्या संसाधनांनी समृद्�

30 years after Tiananmen Square: The lingering ghost of the 1989 uprising
Jun 11, 2019

30 years after Tiananmen Square: The lingering ghost of the 1989 uprising

Even 30 years after Tiananmen, China’s leadership is unable to understand — or is stubbornly unwilling to understand — the contradiction between

50 shades of America’s China experts
May 14, 2020

50 shades of America’s China experts

Not much has been heard, especially from the large number of China “believers,” who helped perpetuate the notion China was liberalising, that it w

A lonely struggle in Hong Kong
Jul 15, 2019

A lonely struggle in Hong Kong

What is astonishing is the sheer incompetence with which the ground realities are being dealt with by the State machinery.

A new churn in the Indo-Pacific
Sep 18, 2021

A new churn in the Indo-Pacific

Will the growing security partnership between Australia, US and UK strengthen Indo-Pacific security or loosen the bonds with another key player, Franc

A paradigm-defining contest with China
Jul 15, 2020

A paradigm-defining contest with China

As India redefines its priorities vis-a-vis China, its policymakers will have to be bolder in articulating the need for robust partnerships