A laboratory for studying Chinese President Xi Jinping’s ideas has opened in Russia, writing Xinhua News Agency. It was created on the basis of the Institute of China and Modern Asia of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IKSA RAS). It is the first center for scientific analysis of contemporary Chinese ideological doctrine outside of China itself.
By 2025, based on the results of the laboratory’s work, a monograph will be published on Jinping’s ideas in all areas – domestic and foreign policy, economy, social policy, culture, art and ecology, Kirill Babaev, director of the ICSA RAS, told the agency. The book will be recommended, among others, to representatives of the Russian authorities.
“We must know and analyze Xi Jinping’s ideas very well, because today China is our main strategic partner, our main economic partner,” Babayev said.
According to him, the Russian government should know China’s development ideology well in order to interact with Beijing as effectively as possible.
in chinese version posts Xinhua added Babaev’s words that Russian authorities, companies and universities “really want to deepen” the ideology of socialism with Chinese characteristics of the new era. This doctrine, based on the writings and speeches of General Secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee Xi Jinping, determines all of China’s current policies and will be preserved for a long time, scientists say.
In addition to specialists from ICSA RAS, experts from the National Research Institute of World Economy and International Relations named after VI MANGER. Primakov RAS, the Higher School of Economics and other scientific centers.
In March 2023, Xi Jinping was re-elected President of the People’s Republic of China for a third term, a first in Chinese history. After that, he was the first to visit Russia and held talks with President Vladimir Putin. Russian leader then declared that relations between the two countries are at the highest level in history.
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