Contributors – The Centre for Independent Studies

Rowan Callick


Featured Publication

  • Xi Dreams of 100 More Glorious Years for the Party: Might China Awake? 16 September 2021 | AP26
    The Chinese Communist Party is at the peak of its power as it enters its second century. This paper examines its evolution over the last 100 years, before turning to its centenary celebrations in July 2021 with Xi Jinping at…...
    The Chinese Communist Party is at the peak of its power as it enters its second century. This paper examines its evolution over the last 100 years, before turning to its centenary celebrations in July 2021 with Xi Jinping at…
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Media & Commentary

  • AUKUS alliance: Greatest threat to Beijing is Xi Jinping 17 September 2021 | The Australian
    The formation of AUKUS underlines that the People’s Republic of China remains, as leading Chinese academic Zhu Feng says, a “lonely rising power”. China’s only formal ally is North Korea, which fired a couple of ballistic missiles into the Sea…
    The formation of AUKUS underlines that the People’s Republic of China remains, as leading Chinese academic Zhu Feng says, a “lonely rising power”. China’s only formal ally is North Korea, which fired a couple of ballistic missiles into the Sea…
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  • How long can the CCP dominate China? 16 September 2021 | Spectator
    The Chinese Communist Party is at the peak of its power as it enters its second century. But how long can it remain at its peak, at home and abroad.  It is timely to examine the CCP evolution over the last 100 years, then focus…
    The Chinese Communist Party is at the peak of its power as it enters its second century. But how long can it remain at its peak, at home and abroad.  It is timely to examine the CCP evolution over the last 100 years, then focus…
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  • China still in the mood to pull Australia their way 05 November 2020 | The Australian
    Even as the world has been transfixed by the vulnerabilities and the excitements of democracy in America, Beijing has underlined its own hugely contrasting pathway of power. It has in recent days announced it will double its economy by 2035…
    Even as the world has been transfixed by the vulnerabilities and the excitements of democracy in America, Beijing has underlined its own hugely contrasting pathway of power. It has in recent days announced it will double its economy by 2035…
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Publications

  • The Elite Embrace 03 November 2020 | OP177
    After suffering pushback at home and abroad in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has resumed its course to achieve key Chinese Communist Party goals by retaining the backing of the elites that count, both within China and overseas. In this paper, leading China…...
    After suffering pushback at home and abroad in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has resumed its course to achieve key Chinese Communist Party goals by retaining the backing of the elites that count, both within China and overseas. In this paper, leading China…
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  • The China Challenge 28 July 2019 | OP171
    The rise of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has helped make Australia rich, but it is also posing challenges to its values, interests, alliances and thus its identity. Xi Xinping’s ambitious New Era represents a decisive break with the Old Era under Deng Xiaoping when China’s foreign policy was…...
    The rise of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has helped make Australia rich, but it is also posing challenges to its values, interests, alliances and thus its identity. Xi Xinping’s ambitious New Era represents a decisive break with the Old Era under Deng Xiaoping when China’s foreign policy was…
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