In this episode of the ChinaPower Podcast, Chungyan Chow joins us to discuss China’s recent 20th Party Congress. Mr. Chow explains the procedures of the Party Congress, explaining how reporters gain access and how major speeches are choreographed. He also analyzes Xi Jinping’s speech, arguing that the relative brevity of the speech, when compared to his 19th Party Congress speech, demonstrates Xi’s power. Lastly, Mr. Chow discusses the implications of China’s new leadership on U.S.-China relations, as U.S. policymakers will have to forge relationships and negotiate with new faces in China’s foreign policy establishment.
In this episode, Peter Mattis examines what transpired at the Chinese Communist Party’s 19th Party Congress. We discuss the significance of the Party Congress’ outcomes and its implications for Chinese President Xi’s authority.
In this episode, we discuss Chinese leadership politics and look ahead to the 19th Party Congress with Professor Fewsmith.
In this episode, we discuss the Sixth Plenum of the Communist Party of China and next year’s Nineteenth Party Congress with Bill Bishop.
China’s military is poised to see a significant reshuffling of its top leadership at the 20th Party Congress. This ChinaPower feature explores recent trends within China’s Central Military Commission and forecasts potential outcomes of the 20th Party Congress.