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Xi Jinping in 2017: The World's Luckiest Man
December 16, 2017

Xi Jinping in 2017: The World's Luckiest Man

By Kerry Brown
Xi Jinping's political dominance owes a great deal to factors completely beyond his control.
The Death of Zhang Yang and China's Military Purge
December 02, 2017

The Death of Zhang Yang and China's Military Purge

By Adam Ni
General Zhang’s suicide comes as Xi consolidates his hold over the Chinese military.

The Men Who Will Lead China Into Its ‘New Era’
December 01, 2017

The Men Who Will Lead China Into Its ‘New Era’

By Matthias Stepan
How China’s new top personnel will impact policymaking in the next five years.

The 7 Men Who Will Run China
October 25, 2017

The 7 Men Who Will Run China

By Bo Zhiyue
What you need to know about the members of the 19th Politburo Standing Committee.

How China's Poorest Province Became a Political Kingmaker
July 19, 2017

How China's Poorest Province Became a Political Kingmaker

By Tristan Kenderdine
Chen Min'er's promotion once again signals Guizhou's importance as a political proving ground.
The Curious Case of Ideas in Modern Chinese Politics
July 07, 2017

The Curious Case of Ideas in Modern Chinese Politics

By Kerry Brown
Ideas and political debates matter in China, probably more than ever.

Many Belts, Many Roads: How China's Provinces Will Tweak a Global Project
February 04, 2017

Many Belts, Many Roads: How China's Provinces Will Tweak a Global Project

By Adrian Raftery
OBOR may be a national-level plan, but the provincial governments will mold the project to suit local needs.
The Experts Speak: What Will US-China Relations Look Like Under Trump?
January 24, 2017

The Experts Speak: What Will US-China Relations Look Like Under Trump?

By Zhang Juan, Huang Nan, Pan Wenjie, and Shannon Tiezzi
U.S. and Chinese experts offer their outlooks on the bilateral relationship in the coming year.

What All of China's New Leaders in 2017 Will Have in Common
January 05, 2017

What All of China's New Leaders in 2017 Will Have in Common

By Kerry Brown
As the Party Congress looms, all those elevated will share one thing: loyalty to the center.

What's Behind the Latest Political Reshuffling in Southern China?
January 03, 2017

What's Behind the Latest Political Reshuffling in Southern China?

By Cal Wong
New hires in Hong Kong and Guangdong hint at the central government's political priorities.

New Hopes, Old Fears: China’s 19th Party Congress
December 01, 2016

New Hopes, Old Fears: China’s 19th Party Congress

By Kerry Brown
The Congress will do far more than determine China’s next leaders. It will decide the fate of the Communist Party itself.
Khrushchev’s Fate and China’s Future 
November 24, 2016

Khrushchev’s Fate and China’s Future 

By Joseph Torigian
What Xi Jinping can learn from Khrushchev's struggles with reform in the Soviet Union.

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