Xi Jinping’s ‘Big Power Diplomacy’ and China’s Central National Security Commission (CNSC)

  title={Xi Jinping’s ‘Big Power Diplomacy’ and China’s Central National Security Commission (CNSC)},
  author={Weixing Hu},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary China},
  pages={163 - 177}
  • Weixing Hu
  • Published 3 March 2016
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Contemporary China
Abstract The current Chinese foreign and national security system suffers from problems of inefficiency, a lack of coordination and information sharing, and accountability of decision makers. China’s newly established Central National Security Commission (CNSC) is designed to build a strong platform to coordinate national security work and to strengthen unified leadership of national security at the central level. This article examines the CNSC’s foreign policy and institutional rationales. It… 
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