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Just How Powerful Is Xi Jinping?
March 09, 2015

Just How Powerful Is Xi Jinping?

By Kerry Brown
China's leader has all the levers of power, but can he provide results commensurate with his status?
Xi's Blueprint for the Achieving the 'China Dream'
February 26, 2015

Xi's Blueprint for the Achieving the 'China Dream'

By Shannon Tiezzi
Xi's "four comprehensives" are designed to lead China as it enters the next stage of development.

Why Read Xi Jinping’s Book?
January 31, 2015

Why Read Xi Jinping’s Book?

By Yang Hengjun
Whether you agree with Xi or not, reading his book is the best way to understand what’s next for China.

How the Chinese People Can Make (or Break) Xi’s Reforms
November 11, 2014

How the Chinese People Can Make (or Break) Xi’s Reforms

By Yang Hengjun
Without public participation and engagement, China's reform efforts are doomed to fail.

US-China Relations: Attitude and Attitudes
November 08, 2014

US-China Relations: Attitude and Attitudes

By Jonathan Macha
Obama’s second trip to China is a good opportunity to set a new course in bilateral relations.
Taking the Leap on China’s Pollution Problem
October 27, 2014

Taking the Leap on China’s Pollution Problem

By Zach Montague
China’s environmental problems will require some rapid action.

Xi Jinping's Reforms: 'Mission Impossible'?
August 28, 2014

Xi Jinping's Reforms: 'Mission Impossible'?

By Yang Hengjun
The cynicism surrounding Xi's reforms are making a difficult task even harder.
China's Princelings and the CCP
July 07, 2014

China's Princelings and the CCP

By Kerry Brown
The Diplomat speaks with Kerry Brown about his new book, "The New Emperors: Power and the Princelings in China".

Why Reform Comes Slowly in China
July 01, 2014

Why Reform Comes Slowly in China

By Yang Hengjun
Reform is like sailing upstream: if you’re not making progress, you’re going backwards.

China’s Changing State-Owned Enterprise Landscape
June 25, 2014

China’s Changing State-Owned Enterprise Landscape

By Sara Hsu
To maintain economic growth, SOE reform will need to be meaningful.

Remembering Hu Yaobang, China's Reformer
April 18, 2014

Remembering Hu Yaobang, China's Reformer

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, analysis of China's urbanization plan and Captain America in China. Friday China links.
Chinese Strategists Reflect on the First Sino-Japanese War
April 18, 2014

Chinese Strategists Reflect on the First Sino-Japanese War

By Shannon Tiezzi
A collection of essays on the Sino-Japanese War of 1894-95 has obvious implications for modern China.

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