Xi’s China: a closer look

National Security College | Professional course


Offered jointly by the NSC and the Australian Centre on China in the World.

Course date: 
9am 17 October – 5pm 18 October 2022
Canberry Springbank Room - Level 1 - 132 Crawford Building, 1 Lennox Crossing, ANU

PAC Agencies (GST Free): $2,250 or $2475 (GST Inclusive). All Other: $2,970 (GST Inclusive)

Course overview

This intermediate/advanced level course is tailored for participants with a solid academic or professional understanding of China, who seek deeper perspectives on China’s strategic rise and the complex challenges this poses in the Indo-Pacific.

Expert speakers will discuss the impact of Xi Jinping’s style of governance on China’s political, security and economic settings, and examine how China’s internal dynamics impact upon global and regional power dynamics. With a focus on Taiwan and Australia’s near region, we look at the challenges these developments present for Western policymakers.

Course numbers are limited to enable interactive discussion and participants are expected to have a current professional focus on China issues.

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