The National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party is an event that takes place every five years. The next Party Congress is planned to commence on the 16th of October. The outcomes of the Congress are of pivotal importance, as this meeting will decide the leadership structure of the CCP, which will have importance not only for China but implications across global geopolitics. Join Rana Mitter (Professor of History and Politics of China at Oxford), Victor Shih (Ho Miu Lam Chair Professor in China and Pacific Relations at UC San Diego), and CfG’s own William Hurst in conversation for the second of the Centre for Geopolitics’ two-part series of predictions ahead of the 20th National Congress.




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