Tim Rühlig is a Research Associate at the University of Frankfurt, Germany. In his research he covers Chinese foreign policy-making, the consequences of China’s rise for international affairs, China’s political economy and Chinese cyber governance. Publications include his book “Which political order do Chinese internet users and the government want? Implications for the international political order of the “Chinese century” (2017), and most recently a policy-paper addressing the domestic aspects of the 19th Party Congress entitled “The deceptive promise of Xi Jinping’s control? The 19th Chinese Communist Party Congress and its implications for the “new era”. UI Brief. Stockholm: Swedish Institute of International Relations.”
Publications by Tim Rühlig
A “New” Chinese Foreign Policy Under Xi Jinping?
Summary The Belt and Road Initiative, increased foreign investment and a stronger maritime policy are just some of the ways in which President Xi Jinping is pursuing a more active […]