Could an internal coup unseat the Chinese leader? And what factors destabilize the regime the most?
Roger Garside explains in his book, “China Coup,” the many factors that could lead to the fall of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). While the regime is desperately showing off their so-called stability, Garside calls them “outwardly strong, but inwardly weak.” So how does this all pan out? I spoke with Garside about his view of the Chinese system and how current situations in China could lead to a change.