Russian Media Reacts and Assesses the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China

 
PIIS013216250027373-3-1
DOI10.31857/S013216250027373-3
Publication type Article
Status Published
Authors
Occupation: Assoc. Prof., Department of Russian Studies, School of International Studies, Sun Yat-Sen University
Affiliation: Sun Yat-Sen University
Address: China, Zhuhai
Occupation: Student, Department of Russian Studies, School of International Studies, Sun Yat-Sen University
Affiliation: Sun Yat-Sen University
Address: China, Zhuhai
Occupation: Dean, Department of Russian Studies, School of Foreign Languages and Literature, Shandong University
Affiliation: Shandong University
Address: China, Jinan
Journal nameSotsiologicheskie issledovaniya
EditionНомер 8
Pages112-121
Abstract

The Russian media paid enormous attention to the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), and the number and volume of publications covering this congress were unprecedented. Based on the theory of frames and using content analysis, this article examines Russian-language news articles devoted to the 20th National Congress of the CPC and analyses specific aspects to which the Russian media paid particular attention. It concludes that, on the whole, the Russian media held the view that the 20th National Congress of the CPC presented a unique Chinese path to the world and provided a new opportunity for the world to understand modern China. The 20th National Congress of the CPC was also important, as the Russian media noted, because it presented the world with a plan for China's future development, which is important from the perspective of planning the development of other countries. The Russian media believe that China is becoming an increasingly important player on the international stage, and that the Chinese model of modernization implies a different understanding of 'modernization' than in Western countries, brings new ideas to developing countries and promotes the building of a community with a shared future for humanity.

KeywordsChina, 20th CPC National Congress, Russian media, image of the country in foreign media
AcknowledgmentThe article was supported by RSF grant, project No. 23-18-00770 https://rscf.ru/project/23-18-00770/.
Publication date03.10.2023
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