Online Event: What is Xi Jinping Talking About When He Talks About Governance
The crisis of COVID-19 has exposed critical flaws in global public health infrastructure, but also within domestic governance systems across the world. After early failures in January and February, China's political leaders now hold up their system as being uniquely capable of confronting challenges ranging from pandemics to poverty alleviation. But what are the realities of China's governance institutions? How does the increase in control by the Communist Party of China have on governance outcomes? How is China's political system evolving to confront new challenges in the coming years and decades? To explore these important questions, please join the Freeman Chair in China Studies Jude Blanchette for a conversation with Neil Thomas, a Senior Research Associate at the Paulson Institue.
This event is made possible through general support to CSIS.