Ming Vase Strategy

The Ming Vase is a strategy where the parties are cautious, even conservative in their approach and new politics.

The terms are mostly used in The United Kingdom.

Probably the first reference to the Ming Vase was made in 1997 by Roy Jenkins:

Roy Jenkins once described Tony Blair’s task in returning Labour to power in 1997 akin to that of “a man carrying a priceless Ming vase across a highly polished floor”.


Pocket Politics Strategy

Pocket Politics is a political strategy where the main vector is the question “How much does it cost?” and the effects on the consumers. Of course, is building on voters’ fears about inflation, taxation and salaries.


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