Xiism as a hegemonic project in the making: Sino-communist ideology and the political economy of China’s rise

@article{Mulvad2019XiismAA,
  title={Xiism as a hegemonic project in the making: Sino-communist ideology and the political economy of China’s rise},
  author={Andreas Christian M{\o}ller Mulvad},
  journal={Review of International Studies},
  year={2019},
  volume={45},
  pages={449 - 470}
}
Abstract How is Xi Jinping changing the course of China’s rise? Based on a Gramscian analytical framework inspired by Bob Jessop, this article provides an anatomy of Xiism (2012–) as an emergent hegemonic project, that is, a (fallible and contested) attempt by China’s party-based power bloc of altering global power balances in China’s favour while retaining domestic stability. Through juxtaposition with Maoism (1957–76) and Dengism (1978–2012), it is proposed that Xiism reformulates the power… Expand

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