Tag: Xi Jinping

Understanding ‘Xi Jinping’ thought on the Rule of Law: Future Substance of ‘Lawfare’ and Challenges in the Indo-Pacific
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Understanding ‘Xi Jinping’ thought on the Rule of Law: Future Substance of ‘Lawfare’ and Challenges in the Indo-Pacific

(Disclaimer: This paper was first published by The Peninsula Foundation as a working paper. Republished with permission) Introduction While the world focused on the conflict between Ukraine and Russia, China and Solomon Island signed an inter-governmental security pact1 which has been raising concerns regarding the rule-based order2 in the Indo-Pacific region. China, as a rising […]

Revisiting China’s emergence – The lesser-known story of the rise of a global hegemon
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Revisiting China’s emergence – The lesser-known story of the rise of a global hegemon

The credit goes to the duo of Jiang Zemin and Zhu Rongji for navigating China during the challenging times despite the severe shortage of qualified human resources. The missing of China’s top business tycoons such as Jack Ma has raised alarm bells on the extent and gravity of Xi’s unprecedented crackdown. There is a determination […]

CCP passes resolution cementing Xi Jinping’s status in its political history; Aims to establish Xi as equal to Mao and Deng
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CCP passes resolution cementing Xi Jinping’s status in its political history; Aims to establish Xi as equal to Mao and Deng

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has passed a resolution which seeks to cement Xi Jinping’s status in its political history. The resolution, dubbed as ‘historic’ by the state media, is only the third of its kind since the founding of the party. The first was passed by Mao Zedong in 1945 and the second by […]

Australia scrapped Victoria’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) agreement with China. Here’s why?
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Australia scrapped Victoria’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) agreement with China. Here’s why?

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has scrapped the controversial Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) deal between China and the state of Victoria, calling it “inconsistent with Australia’s foreign policy”. The Morrison government’s decision to scrap Victoria’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) agreement with China was based on Australia’s new Foreign Relations Act, which says the […]

Jack Ma’s world’s largest IPO was scuttled personally by Chinese President Xi Jinping: Report
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Jack Ma’s world’s largest IPO was scuttled personally by Chinese President Xi Jinping: Report

A WSJ report says that the Chinese President took the decision to stop Ant groups IPO after Jack Ma criticised the country’s financial watchdogs and Communist Party’s handling of the economy. The Wall Street Journal on Thursday reported that China’s President Xi Jinping personally made the decision to halt the initial public offering of Ant […]