发信人: xinchong (文革余孽), 信区: Military
标 题: 国内的老将配合美帝攻击习主席的贸易战
发信站: BBS 未名空间站 (Thu Aug 9 13:18:00 2018, 美东)
果。什么 A prominent and influential academic whose views have found favor
in some party quarters has also come under attack for his strident views on
A growing trade war with the United States is causing rifts within China's
Communist Party, with some critics saying that an overly nationalistic
Chinese stance may have hardened the U.S. position, according to four
sources close to the government.
President Xi Jinping still has a firm grip on power, but an unusual surge of
criticism about economic policy and how the government has handled the
trade war has revealed rare cracks in the ruling Communist Party.
A backlash is being felt at the highest levels of the government, possibly
hitting a close aide to Xi, his ideology chief and strategist Wang Huning,
according to two sources familiar with discussions in leadership circles.
A prominent and influential academic whose views have found favor in some
party quarters has also come under attack for his strident views on Chinese
Wang, who was the architect of the "China Dream", Xi's vision for China to
become a strong and prosperous nation, has been taken to task by the Chinese
leader for crafting an excessively nationalistic image for the country,
which has only provoked the United States, the sources said.
"He's in trouble for mishandling the propaganda and hyping up China too much
," said one of the sources, who has ties to China's leadership and
The office of the party's spokesman did not respond to a request for comment
on Wang and his relationship with Xi, or on whether China had erred in its
messaging in the trade war.
There is a growing feeling within the Chinese government that the outlook
for China has "become grim", according to a government policy advisor,
following the deterioration in relations between China and the United States
over trade. The advisor requested anonymity.
Those feelings are also shared by other influential voices.
"Many economists and intellectuals are upset about China's trade war
policies," an academic at a Chinese policy think tank told Reuters, speaking
on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the issue. "The
overarching view is that China's current stance has been too hard-line and
the leadership has clearly misjudged the situation."
That view contrasts with the thinking at the beginning of the year of many
Chinese academics who had touted China's ability to withstand the trade row
in the face of Trump's perceived political weakness at home.
China thought it had reached a deal with Washington in May to avoid a trade
war, but was shocked when the Trump administration, in Beijing's eyes, went
back on that agreement.
"The evolution from a trade conflict to trade war has made people rethink
things," the policy advisor said. "This is seen as being related to the
exaggeration of China's strength by some Chinese institutions and scholars
that have influenced the U.S. perceptions and even domestic views."
One official who is familiar with China's propaganda efforts said the
messaging had gone astray.
"In the trade war, the line of thinking in the propaganda has been that
Trump is crazy," said the official. "In fact, what he is scared of is us
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