Title China unlikely to embrace rapid foreign policy changes because of Xi's narrative, says expert Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet Greek City Times Media type Web Duration/Length/Size 1 page Country/Territory Greece Date 22/10/22 Description Senior Lecturer in Chinese Studies, The University of Western Australia, Yu Tao said many foreign policy narratives in this year’s report are similar or identical to those in his 2017 report. This includes key phrases such as upholding world peace, promoting common development, and working to build a community with a shared future for humankind.”
“The continuity in Xi’s narratives indicates China is unlikely to embrace rapid foreign policy changes in the foreseeable future. Keeping the existing foreign policy narratives may also be a deliberate choice. After all, Xi is widely expected to secure a historic third term as China’s top leader, so his policies will likely stay,” he said in an article first published in The Conversation.
According to Yu, China President’s report that he presented to the CCP members indicates China will not only look after its own security but also work on common security, primarily through the Global Security Initiative raised by Xi in April 2022.
“It will likely become China’s new foreign policy framework to take on the US’s Indo-Pacific Strategy, which China believes aims to contain China and attempts to make Asia-Pacific countries ‘pawns’ of US hegemony,” he adds.
Producer/Author ATHENS BUREAU URL https://greekcitytimes.com/2022/10/22/china-rapid-foreign-policy-changes/ Persons Yu Tao Title La doctrina de Xi Jinping se afianza en el Partido Comunista Chino Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet El Mundo Media type Web Country/Territory Spain Date 22/10/22 Description El presidente chino, de 69 años, ha revalidado su tercer mandato de, al menos, otros cinco años, pero con más poder que nunca. Producer/Author Lucas De La Cal URL https://www.elmundo.es/internacional/2022/10/22/63538bddfdddff867c8b45d1.html Persons Yu Tao
Title Xi's speech reveals about China's next five years Degree of recognition Local Media name/outlet 3CR Media type Radio Duration/Length/Size 18 mins Country/Territory Australia Date 26/10/22 Description The 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China wrapped up on the weekend and there has been much speculation about what happened at the Congress and what the next five years under Xi Jinping’s leadership will bring.
Judith speaks with Yu Tao, a Chinese Studies Senior Lecturer at the University of Western Australia, discussing how China will interact with the world over the next 5 years.
Producer/Author Judith Peppard URL https://www.3cr.org.au/wednesday-breakfast/episode/poor-condition-australias-environmental-data-food-insecurity-university Persons Yu Tao Title China will be strong and tough Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet Amader Shomoy Media type Country/Territory Bangladesh Date 25/10/22 Description An interview with Jahangir Sur, published in the Bengali language Producer/Author Jahangir Sur URL https://www-dainikamadershomoy-com.translate.goog/post/403446?_x_tr_sl=auto&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en-US&_x_tr_pto=wapp Persons Yu Tao Title What Xi really meant in his CPC Congress address Degree of recognition International Media name/outlet Asia Times Media type Television Country/Territory Hong Kong Date 19/10/22 Producer/Author Yu Tao URL https://asiatimes.com/2022/10/what-xi-really-meant-in-his-cpc-congress-address/ Persons Yu Tao Title China’s leaders and citizens are losing patience with North Korea Degree of recognition International Media name/outlet The Conversation Media type Web Country/Territory Australia Date 11/04/17 Producer/Author Yu Tao URL https://theconversation.com/chinas-leaders-and-citizens-are-losing-patience-with-north-korea-75262 Persons Yu Tao
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