China Report Vol. 58, No. 3, August 2022100 Years of the Communist Party of China, Special Issue 2Guest Editors: Jabin T. Jacob & Bhim B. Subbahttps://journals.sagepub.com/toc/chra/58/3 CONTENTS 1. Introduction – ‘Carrying Forward the Great Founding Spirit’: Governance in the Communist Party of China Today Jabin T. Jacob & Bhim B. Subba https://doi.org/10.1177/00094455221108226 2. The Relationship …
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Originally published at 9DashLine, 24 August 2022. The list of problems the Chinese economy faces is long. A rural banking collapse in Henan province has affected deposits worth billions of dollars, including the life’s savings of several customers. Chinese property developers have defaulted to the tune of hundreds of billions of dollars as a result …
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China forces India to bend to the lowest standards possible in terms of democracy and accountability — which is to say to Chinese standards
The new American president faces a China that believes increasingly in taking the fight to the opposition.
New Delhi has tried to work around its internal contradictions and a weak economy with the help of rhetoric and high profile diplomacy but it is increasingly difficult to keep up the act.
When democracies fail at upholding their values that might be a more consequential image problem than anything the Chinese will have to worry about.
While a full-fledged India-China conflict is unlikely, peace and tranquillity along the LAC are well and truly things of the past.
Jabin T. Jacob, ‘“To Tell China’s Story Well”: China’s International Messaging during the COVID-19 Pandemic’, China Report, Vol. 56, No. 3 August 2020. 374-392. Abstract The Covid-19 pandemic has dented China’s image as an efficient Party-state given how an effort to cover up the outbreak and the resulting delays in reporting led to the virus spreading …
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The Chinese people are anxious. The Communist Party of China (CPC) that governs them even more so.