Jia Qingguo, former dean of the international relations school at Peking University, is a key member of China’s top political advisory body. Photo: Weibo
Jia Qingguo, former dean of the international relations school at Peking University, is a key member of China’s top political advisory body. Photo: Weibo

Remember the Soviet Union, top Chinese policy adviser says in warning against blind pursuit of absolute security

  • Overemphasis on absolutes, whether it is defence spending or supply chains, is likely to be self-destructive, key CPPCC member Jia Qingguo says
  • Recent article by Jia, a US affairs specialist, is full of thinly veiled criticisms against hawkish outlooks

Jia Qingguo, former dean of the international relations school at Peking University, is a key member of China’s top political advisory body. Photo: Weibo
Jia Qingguo, former dean of the international relations school at Peking University, is a key member of China’s top political advisory body. Photo: Weibo
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