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  • How China Views the World: An Analysis of the 20th CPC Congress Work Report

    The growing insecurity and threat perceptions articulated in the 20th Party Congress Work Report by Chinese President Xi Jinping indicates that Beijing is likely to become more assertive and belligerent in its international dealings.

    December 01, 2022

    The PLA and Intelligentised Warfare

    China is making increasing use of advanced technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), among others, to modernise the People’s Liberation Army.

    December 01, 2022

    Xi Jinping’s ‘Chinese Dream’: China’s Renewed Foreign and Security Policy

    • Publisher: Routledge Taylor & Francis
      2022
    The author analyses the influence of Xi’s 'Chinese Dream' on China’s foreign relations and security postures.

    Xi Jinping’s rise has led to a paradigm shift in many aspects of China’s domestic and international politics. A key element of this has been the ideological vision shorthanded as the 'Chinese Dream', combining elements of nationalism, Confucian ideology, and economic expansionism. Singh evaluates the various changes in China’s nominally communist ideology in the post-Mao era, with an emphasis on the implications for China’s economic and security relations with other countries. He particularly focusses on China’s approach to South Asia and the Indian Ocean Region, key elements of China’s strategy.

    An insightful guide to understanding the direction of China’s foreign and security policy, and especially its impact on India–China relations.

    • ISBN: 9781032375328 ,
    • Price: £84.00
    2022

    Vineet Ravindran asked: What is the ‘Global Security Initiative’, and how does it affect the Indo-Pacific & Quad?

    Prashant Kumar Singh replies: Chinese President Xi Jinping offered a ‘Global Security Initiative’ at the Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2022, held on 21 April 2022. Under this initiative, Xi pledged to stay committed to the following six causes:

    Embedded Rivalry: Technology as an Arbiter in US–China Great Power Competition

    Technology as an Arbiter of the US–China great power rivalry is starkly visible in both countries' recently released national security documents.

    November 22, 2022

    PLA Western Theatre Command Lays Stress on Joint Operations Capabilities

    The PLA Western Theatre Command has focused on joint operations capabilities to counter the perceived lack of air superiority and information dominance in the theatre, which it believes is required for strike operations.

    November 02, 2022

    Understanding the PLA’s Command and Leadership System

    The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has established a leadership and command system to enhance its capability to conduct joint operations.

    October 17, 2022

    Vineet Ravindran asked: How does China benefit from Hambantota and similar Chinese-owned ports in other countries? Does the host country lose its sovereignty over the port?

    Abhay Kumar Singh replies: Decades of economic growth and government prioritisation have enabled China to position itself at the nexus of global maritime trade. Today, China is home to more shipping ports than any other country, including seven of the 10 busiest ports in the world. In addition, China owns over 100 ports in approximately 63 countries.

    Chinese Targeted Cyber Operations against Taiwan: Key Takeaways for India

    Taiwan has a robust defensive strategy to counter malicious Chinese cyber activities, including its disinformation campaigns.

    September 28, 2022

    Delegitimising China’s Naval Presence in the Indian Ocean Region

    The impending removal of the piracy High Risk Area off the coast of Somalia presents an ideal opportunity for India, in partnership with the wider Indo-Pacific maritime community, to delegitimise China’s naval presence and strengthen regional mechanisms for ensuring maritime security.

    August 30, 2022

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