Xi Jinping’s dream of Chinese national revival stimulates him to add achieving a ‘Major Power Status” as a key component of China’s post Jiang national goal: strong economy and powerful
Xi Jinping’s dream of Chinese national revival stimulates him to add achieving a ‘Major Power Status” as a key component of China’s post Jiang national goal: strong economy and powerful military. His assertive foreign policy reflects his great ambition to lift China’s international profile and influence. On the other hand he has been dialectical on wielding the country’s newly gained power. He is firm on the matters of sovereignty and at the same time his is resolute on war/confrontation avoidance. The latter is also Xi’s emphasis as China’s core national interests. His foreign policy orientation after the 19th Congress will continue to evolve around this dialectical political leadership.
Professor You Ji
You Ji is professor of international relations and head of Department of Government, University of Macau. He is author of four books, including China’s Military Transformation and The Armed Forces of China; and numerous articles. Among them are “Sino-US “Cat-and-Mouse” Game Concerning Freedom of Navigation and Overflight”, Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol. 39, No. 5-6, 2016; “China’s Indo-Pacific Strategy”, Asian Policy, No. 22, July 2016 ; “China’s National Security Council: Evolution, Rationality and Operations”, Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 25, No. 96, 2016; “Xi Jinping and PLA Centrality in Managing the South China Sea Disputes”, China: International Journal, Vol. 15, No. 2, 2017, “Managing conflicts on Korean Peninsula: a Challenge to China’s national security”, The Bulletin on Korea Studies, Vol. 30, 2017; The PLA and Diplomacy: Unrevealing Myths about the Military Role in Foreign Policy-Making”, The Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 23, No. 86, 2014; “Managing the South China Sea Dilemma: China’s Strategy and Policy”, in Lowell Ditmmer and Ngeow Chow Bing (eds.), Southeast Asia and China: a Test in Mutual Socialization, World Scientific, 2017; The New Type of Major Power Relations: Challenges and Opportunities to China and America”, in Jia Qingguo and Yan Zhen (ed.), The New Type of Major Power Relations: Opportunities and Challenges, Beijing: Peking University Press, 2015; and “China’s new supreme command and Xi Jinping’s political leadership”, in Zheng Yongnian and Lance Gore (eds.), China Entering the Xi Jinping Era, Routledge, 2015.
You Ji is on the editorial board of eight academic journals including The China Journal, Issue and Studies, and Journal of Contemporary China.
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