China’s internal factors could destabilize the current Communist regime as the supreme leader Xi Jinping is attempting to secure an unprecedented third consecutive term as CCP Chairman at the National Party Congress this year. While the regime is desperately showing off their so-called stability, China is “outwardly strong, but inwardly weak,” says Garside Roger Garside, author of “China Coup”.
Garside, who served twice at the British Embassy in Beijing, states “ever since 2011, the regime has been spending more of its budget on internal security than it has on the military. It fears its internal enemies”.
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