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The Chinese Diplomats to Watch After the 20th Party Congress
November 02, 2022

The Chinese Diplomats to Watch After the 20th Party Congress

By Chihwei Yu and K. Tristan Tang
The potential nominees for China’s next foreign minister might provide some insights into the future trend of China’s foreign policy.

Who Makes Foreign Policy in China?
February 04, 2022

Who Makes Foreign Policy in China?

By Tristan Kenderdine
There are at least 8 distinct forms of foreign policy in China. Approaching the 2022 leadership transition, it is important to understand the various institutions in play.
China’s Foreign Affairs Director Seat May Fall out of the Politburo
October 08, 2021

China’s Foreign Affairs Director Seat May Fall out of the Politburo

By Tristan Kenderdine
Without any strong contender emerging to replace Yang Jiechi, the next director of the Office of Foreign Affairs could be cut from the Politburo, opening a slot for a different party position.

The 3 Pillars of Chinese Foreign Policy: The State, the Party, the People
February 03, 2021

The 3 Pillars of Chinese Foreign Policy: The State, the Party, the People

By Connor Fiddler
China’s foreign policy apparatus is much more than just the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

What Does Qi Yu’s Surprising Appointment Mean for China’s Foreign Ministry?
February 01, 2019

What Does Qi Yu’s Surprising Appointment Mean for China’s Foreign Ministry?

By Charlotte Gao
Qi Yu, a diplomatic novice but a Party work veteran, is the new secretary of the Party Committee of China’s Foreign Ministry.

In Xi’s China, the Center Takes Control of Foreign Affairs
August 01, 2018

In Xi’s China, the Center Takes Control of Foreign Affairs

By Helena Legarda
Exploring China's new Central Foreign Affairs Commission.

China’s New Foreign Policy Setup
August 01, 2018

China’s New Foreign Policy Setup

By Thomas Eder
How has Xi Jinping remade China's foreign policy apparatus?
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