Xi Jinping and China’s Third Communist Revolution – New!

Xi Jinping and China’s Third Communist Revolution – New!
1 session • 3 hours

 

Join us to explore three main periods of time of Communist Party Rule in China since 1949. Beginning with Mao Zedong, we will focus on this founding father of the People’s Republic of China, and the Great Leap Forward. Our discussion will then turn to focus on Deng Xiaoping and the modernization of China. And our third topic will be Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC), as well as the emergence of China as a global power and competitor to the United States.

Please Note: This course will be conducted remotely by the instructor. Students will meet in a classroom during the session and interact with the instructor through the use of Skype, a video conferencing service.

Instructor: Jeffrey Steinberg is both an analyst and practitioner of U.S. national security policy. An investigative journalist for more than 40 years, Mr. Steinberg is the author of a range of international newsletter and magazine articles. He served in advisory capacities for U.S. government officials on a wide range of national security issues, from strategic defense policy, to the war on terrorism, to the war on illegal narcotics, to the economic dimensions of national security. Steinberg is the author and/or co-author of hundreds of articles focusing on a wide range of national security issues, current affairs, and history.

Xi Jinping and China’s Third Communist Revolution – New!
ILR948 • 5-digit: 18755
Wednesday • 10/16 • 10:00 AM-1:00 PM
Conference Center • Room E123
Fee: $25

 

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