• Corpus ID: 197812164

Magic weapons: China's political influence activities under Xi Jinping

  title={Magic weapons: China's political influence activities under Xi Jinping},
  author={Anne-Marie Brady},
  • A. Brady
  • Published 18 September 2017
  • Political Science
Key points:  CCP General Secretary Xi Jinping is leading an accelerated expansion of political influence activities worldwide.  The expansion of these activities is connected to both the CCP government’s domestic pressures and foreign agenda.  The paper creates a template of the policies and modes of China’s expanded foreign influence activities in the Xi era.  The paper uses this template to examine the extent to which one representative small state, New Zealand, is being targeted by China… 

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