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Ideology in Xi Jinping's China by John Garnaut

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Regular Sinocism readers are no doubt familiar with John Garnaut, one of the top journalists covering China before he joined the Australian government, first as a speech writer for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and then as a China policy advisor. John led the Australian government’s analysis of and response to PRC/CCP interference and influence efforts in the country, and his work has since had significant influence in other Western capitals. https://sinocism.com/p/engineers-of-the-soul-ideology-in You-Die, I-Liveearlier and more readily than they did with other Western sourcesenemies and friends Union of Soviet Writersnegative cultural infiltrationcyber sovereigntyBig Data science and Artificial Intelligencea tool of omniscient controla cyber-enabled dystopiaSTALIN'S "SHORT COURSE" AND MAO'S SOCIALIST ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION OF CHINA IN THE EARLY 1950sDocument No. 9The Ideological Campaign in Xi’s China: Rebuilding Regime LegitimacySecuritizing Culture in Post-Deng China: An Evolving National Strategic Paradigm, 1994–2014Beijing Harnesses Big Data & AI to Perfect the Police StateHuman dignity and its enemiesManaging the State: Social Credit, Surveillance and the CCP’s Plan for China China’s dystopian push to revolutionize surveillance

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15 Jul 2020

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2014. Mr John Garnaut, former China correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald & The Age.

Griffith in Asia

'The Rise of Xi Jinping and Destruction of Bo Xilai'. Presented by Mr John Garnaut, Author and former China correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. 27 February 2014.Perspectives:Asia is produced by The Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University and the Australian Centre of Asia-Pacific Art, Queensland Art Gallery I Gallery of Modern Art.

36mins

12 Sep 2014

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John Garnaut on The Rise and Fall of the House of

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John Garnaut joins Phil Whelan to talk about his latest book 'The Rise and Fall of the House of Bo'. A very timely work that which sheds light on, and breaks down the rather complex story of the Bo Xilai "scandal" and his family's recent history. Ian J...

24mins

28 Feb 2013

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John Garnaut - Is China Becoming a Mafia State?

USC U.S.-China Institute Speaker Series

John Garnaut is the China correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald and Melbourne Age newspapers. He has written for other publications including Caijing magazine, Tempo (Indonesia), The Diplomat (Australia) and the International Herald Tribune.Recently his coverage has been recognised with a Walkley award for 'Scoop of the Year' for breaking the story that Rio Tinto's Stern Hu had been arrested; the Citigroup award for business journalism ; and a finalist for the Graham Perkins Australian journalist of the year.Before arriving in Beijing with his family in 2007 he was Economics Correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald, based at Parliament House in Canberra. In an earlier life he was a commercial lawyer in Melbourne. As a child he spent stints in Papua New Guinea and China.

44mins

9 Apr 2011

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John Garnaut - Is China Becoming a Mafia State?

USC U.S.-China Institute Speaker Series (Audio Only)

John Garnaut is the China correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald and Melbourne Age newspapers. He has written for other publications including Caijing magazine, Tempo (Indonesia), The Diplomat (Australia) and the International Herald Tribune.Recently his coverage has been recognised with a Walkley award for 'Scoop of the Year' for breaking the story that Rio Tinto's Stern Hu had been arrested; the Citigroup award for business journalism ; and a finalist for the Graham Perkins Australian journalist of the year.Before arriving in Beijing with his family in 2007 he was Economics Correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald, based at Parliament House in Canberra. In an earlier life he was a commercial lawyer in Melbourne. As a child he spent stints in Papua New Guinea and China.

44mins

9 Apr 2011

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Is China Evolving into a Mafia State? by John Garnaut

2010 - Present WEAI Lectures

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2 Mar 2011