The Chinese Communist Party Congress in October confirmed Xi Jinping’s accumulation of power. He wants to set a new model for the country which will have an impact of its foreign relations and international economic policies as well as seeking to strengthen political rule at home.
Jonathan Fenby, China Chairman of the TS Lombard research service and author of eight books on China, will explore how China is set to change and the global implications, for Brazil among other nations.
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Talk by Jonathan Fenby
Jonathan Fenby - Chairman, China team and Managing Director, European Political Research
Jonathan Fenby has covered China for 20 years, focussing on policy and the politics of the regime, and their impact on the economy. Former editor of the South China Morning Post, he has written eight books on China and visits the country several times each year.
His involvements with Europe dates back to 12 years covering France and Germany for the Economist, the London Times and Reuters. He has a widespread network of contacts across the continent and has written four books on France as well as writing and broadcasting regularly on European affairs for French, German, Swiss, Belgian and US media as well as speaking at conferences.
Jonathan was appointed a CBE in 2000 for services to journalism and has also been made a Knight of both the French Legion of Honour and the French National Order of Merit. He is a member of the advisory boards of China Dialogue and the central bank organisation OMFIF. He is an associate at the London School of Economics (LSE) and London University's School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS).
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