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Beyond Wuhan: India Should Establish A New Framework for Engagement With China
May 01, 2018

Beyond Wuhan: India Should Establish A New Framework for Engagement With China

By Aman Thakker
India should aim to establish a new and broader framework, or modus vivendi, in its engagement with China.

Speaking up for Yesterday’s Man: Remembering Hu Jintao
October 30, 2017

Speaking up for Yesterday’s Man: Remembering Hu Jintao

By Kerry Brown
Remembering Xi's predecessor, a man who is in danger of being lost to history.
The 'Community of Common Destiny' in Xi Jinping's New Era
October 25, 2017

The 'Community of Common Destiny' in Xi Jinping's New Era

By Jacob Mardell
Building a “community of common destiny” is the motivating force behind China's future foreign policy.

Charting the Rise of Xi Jinping
April 13, 2016

Charting the Rise of Xi Jinping

By Young China Watchers
Kerry Brown on Xi Jinping and the future of Chinese politics.

Another Look at China’s Leaders After the 2015 Plenum
November 03, 2015

Another Look at China’s Leaders After the 2015 Plenum

By Kerry Brown
Where does Xi Jinping fit in China's political spectrum? And what does this mean for the rest of his time in power?

It's Official: China's President to Visit US From Sept. 22-25
September 17, 2015

It's Official: China's President to Visit US From Sept. 22-25

By Shannon Tiezzi
How does Xi's four day trip, with stops in Seatlle, DC, and New York, compare to other visits by Chinese leaders?

Aide to China's Former President Expelled From Party, to Face Trial
July 20, 2015

Aide to China's Former President Expelled From Party, to Face Trial

By Shannon Tiezzi
It's official: Ling Jihua has been expelled from the Party for "serious discipline violations."
China's 2015 NPC Session: The Case of the Missing Presidents
March 09, 2015

China's 2015 NPC Session: The Case of the Missing Presidents

By Bo Zhiyue
Former presidents Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao are both MIA at the NPC. Why?

A Turning Point in China’s Anti-Graft Campaign
January 11, 2015

A Turning Point in China’s Anti-Graft Campaign

By James Char
A key phase of the Chinese Communist Party’s anti-corruption campaign has concluded

Fomer Hu Jintao Aide Falls to President Xi's Anti-Corruption Drive
December 23, 2014

Fomer Hu Jintao Aide Falls to President Xi's Anti-Corruption Drive

By Shannon Tiezzi
After two years' worth of rumors, Ling Jihua has been formally placed under investigation for disciplinary violations.

How Well Does China Control Its Military?
November 14, 2014

How Well Does China Control Its Military?

By Johannes Feige
Questions about coordination at the operational level have some significant implications.
China’s Mixed Growth Forecasts
October 23, 2014

China’s Mixed Growth Forecasts

By Sara Hsu
The more conservative estimates of China’s future economic growth may underestimate its capacity to reform.

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