Category Archives: Deng Xiaoping

Chinese President to Probe Bangladesh; By Bhaskar Roy

CAS article no. 0151/2016 Courtesy: South Asia Analysis Group (SAAG) Courtesy South Asia Analysis Group Chinese President Xi Jinping is scheduled to pay an official visit to Bangladesh on October 14.  Obviously the red carpet will be rolled out for him in Dhaka. The two countries have maintained stable and sustained relationship over the decades.  Bangladesh Prime Minister Sk. Hasina visited China twice since she returned to power in 2009. Whichever… Read Article →

China’s 21st Century Emperor and its Implications for India; By Dr. Subhash Kapila

CAS article no. 0067/2016 Courtesy: South Asia Analysis Group  China’s 21st Century Emperor emerges in the persona of President Xi Jinping who unprecedentedly in a short time-span has assumed total control of all Chinese military organs which create implications for Indian security. Historically, an essential tenet of a nation’s threat assessments emanating from its military adversary was an estimation of the character and personality traits of its Commander-in-Chief controlling the… Read Article →

Politics of China’s Military Reorganization; By Bhaskar Roy

CAS article no. 0049/2016 Courtesy: Chennai Centre for China Studies China’s President Xi Jinping, who is also the general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC) chaired a path  – breaking meeting of the CMC from November 24 to 26, 2015 which brought about wide ranging structural changes in the country’s defense doctrine. The doctrinal changes have not been spelt out,… Read Article →

Collective Leadership System in CCP may Resume after Xi Jinping’s Ten-Year Term; By Shartsong Tenzin Dhetan and Rinzin Dorjee

CAS article no. 0028/2016 Courtesy: Chennai Centre for China Studies This paper deals with the likely scenario of a shift in political leadership system of the Communist Party of China (CCP) and China after Xi Jinping. This paper does not discuss whether China and its leadership system will collapse or emerge as a leading and powerful state in the coming years. Questions raised in this argument attempt to answer: Why… Read Article →

China: Imminent Grant of “Core” Leader Status to Xi Jinping?; By D. S. Rajan

CAS article no. 0027/2016 Courtesy: Chennai Centre for China Studies Abstract On the basis of latest indicators, particularly taking into account the chances of Xi Jinping emerging as the “Core” fifth generation leader, the ongoing consolidation of political power in China by the leader can be termed as one which is almost nearing completion. At the same time, it cannot be denied that there are  problems for Xi;  in the… Read Article →