The Curious Case of Zhan Haite
December 19, 2012
The Curious Case of Zhan Haite
An interesting debate that is taking place could be an example of Chinese civil society gaining new ground — or not.
The Curious Case of Zhan Haite
Channeling Deng Xiaoping
December 12, 2012
Channeling Deng Xiaoping
The destination of Xi Jinping’s first domestic trip as party leader sends a signal he may be following a familiar path.
Channeling Deng Xiaoping
Planning for China's 'Fall'
November 22, 2012
Planning for China's 'Fall'
Two decades ago the West was surprised by the Soviet Union’s collapse. Michael Auslin presents five trends to watch in China.
Planning for China's 'Fall'
Xi Jinping's Economic Challenge
November 15, 2012
Xi Jinping's Economic Challenge
Xi faces an uphill battle in trying to reform the economy. State-owned enterprises would be a good place to start.
Xi Jinping's Economic Challenge
What Hu Jintao Leaves Behind
November 10, 2012
What Hu Jintao Leaves Behind
With President Hu set to step down, Elizabeth Economy reviews the dangers and opportunities he leaves for Xi Jinping.
What Hu Jintao Leaves Behind
The Perils of Predicting Chinese Politics
September 05, 2012
The Perils of Predicting Chinese Politics
Speculation is mounting over the next generation of China’s leadership. Expect the unexpected.
The Perils of Predicting Chinese Politics
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