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Bhim Subba (蘇斌) is a Visiting Associate Fellow at the ICS. He has recently submitted his PhD dissertation in the Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi. He was an ICS-HYI Visiting Fellow and spent a year at Harvard University for his doctoral research (2016-17). He is a Political Science major from the Centre for Political Studies, JNU, Delhi. From 2015-16, he was affiliated with the Mandarin Training Center, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, ROC where he pursued language study and independent research. As a recipient of a Confucius Institute Scholarship, he was also enrolled at Harbin Normal University, Heilongjiang, PRC pursuing Mandarin language training. His research interests include comparative political theory, Chinese politics and India-China comparatives.


Inside China | Will Beidaihe conclave see tables turning on Xi Jinping?
05 Aug 2020

An informal setting such as the Beidaihe conclave gives the party leaders an opportunity to discuss and deliberate and, thereby, turn the tables on Xi Jinping through criticisms of policies and factional management.

Covid-19 and the Communist Party of China’s Governance Crisis
01 Aug 2020

The outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease (Covid-19) in Wuhan and subsequent spread to other countries, has challenged China’s model of governance. The Communist Party of China (CPC or CCP), which proclaims itself as a ‘ruling’ or ‘governing’ party, a transition from its revolutionary..

CPC Disciplinary ‘Punishment’ Regulations in the New Era
17 Oct 2018

On 1 October 2018, a revised Party Disciplinary Punishment Regulations came into effect. These Regulations was approved and released by the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee on 26 August 2018 and it is the second revision since Xi Jinping came to power in 2012 (Xinhua 2018b).

18th CPC Central Committee Fourth Plenum: Rule of Law with Chinese Characteristics
22 Dec 2014

Efforts to promote the rule of law were also aimed at furthering China’s socialist market economic reforms by minimising government intervention and creating a more level playing field for industries


Areas of interest

Chinese politics, party leadership, development, and India-China comparatives


Current Positions

    Visiting Associate Fellow

Past Positions

    • Visiting Associate Fellow, Institute of Chinese Studies


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