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Jiang Zemin’s Mixed Legacy
December 02, 2022

Jiang Zemin’s Mixed Legacy

By Zhiqun Zhu
One can attribute many of China’s current achievements and problems to policies initiated during Jiang’s tenure. 

Jiang Zemin, Who Guided China’s Economic Rise, Dies
December 01, 2022

Jiang Zemin, Who Guided China’s Economic Rise, Dies

By Joe McDonald
Jiang led China from 1989 to 2002, a period that saw explosive growth in China’s economy and global status but also laid the seeds for many of the issues facing the country today.
China’s 20th Party Congress: Continuity and Change
November 07, 2022

China’s 20th Party Congress: Continuity and Change

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Benjamin Tsai.

Xi Jinping: Prince or Party Man?
November 04, 2022

Xi Jinping: Prince or Party Man?

By Michael Clarke
Xi’s consolidation of power has been obtained through steps that have arguably strengthened the cohesion and institutional strength of the CCP as a whole.

The Ideological Shift Behind Xi’s Clean Sweep
November 03, 2022

The Ideological Shift Behind Xi’s Clean Sweep

By Dan Macklin
A multi-year effort has brought strongman rule back into the Communist Party liturgy.

China’s 20th Party Congress: The Implications for CCP Norms
November 03, 2022

China’s 20th Party Congress: The Implications for CCP Norms

By Ling Li
Revisiting the resilience of the age limit norm and exploring two counterfactuals.

Nguyen Phu Trong’s Trip Highlights Special Relationship Between China and Vietnam
October 29, 2022

Nguyen Phu Trong’s Trip Highlights Special Relationship Between China and Vietnam

By Nian Peng
The timing of Trong’s visit sends a strong signal that Vietnam is not going to side with the U.S. against China.
It’s Xi’s China: Takeaways From the Chinese Communist Party’s 20th Party Congress
October 25, 2022

It’s Xi’s China: Takeaways From the Chinese Communist Party’s 20th Party Congress

By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
Xi Jinping has consolidated power and a third term as China’s leader. What are the ramifications?

The CCP’s Changing Understanding of the Soviet Union’s Collapse
October 08, 2022

The CCP’s Changing Understanding of the Soviet Union’s Collapse

By Zhuoran Li
The CCP has always been invested in avoiding the fate of its Soviet counterpart. But Chinese leaders’ lessons from the Soviet collapse have changed over the years.

How China Set Its Response to COVID-19 From Crisis to Opportunity
September 16, 2022

How China Set Its Response to COVID-19 From Crisis to Opportunity

By Flavia Lucenti
The response to COVID-19 contrasts with the CCP’s reaction to previous health crises, when the approach was to downplay the extent of the virus.

Xi Jinping’s Endgame for America
September 09, 2022

Xi Jinping’s Endgame for America

By Ian Easton
Xi’s speeches make clear that he is committed to spreading China’s model of communism around the world.
Why the Soviet Union’s 20th Party Congress Continues to Haunt China
May 14, 2022

Why the Soviet Union’s 20th Party Congress Continues to Haunt China

By Zhenze Huang
A lesson from 1956 continues to affect China’s understanding of political security -- especially as the CCP's own 20th Congress draws near.

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