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China’s (Potentially) Revealing Government Work Report
June 12, 2020

China’s (Potentially) Revealing Government Work Report

By Shin Kawashima
Does the report reveal disagreements within the Chinese government?

With New Divorce Rule, China Further Pushes ‘Family Values’
June 03, 2020

With New Divorce Rule, China Further Pushes ‘Family Values’

By Chauncey Jung
From promoting gender equality to advocating for “family values,” the CCP has drastically changed its tone after 70 years in power.
Will China’s Upcoming National Security Law Mark the End of an Autonomous Hong Kong?
May 29, 2020

Will China’s Upcoming National Security Law Mark the End of an Autonomous Hong Kong?

By Ankit Panda
How will the eventual imposition of a new national security law affect Hong Kong’s place in the world?

China Sets Date for ‘Two Sessions’ in Latest Move Toward Post-COVID Normal
April 30, 2020

China Sets Date for ‘Two Sessions’ in Latest Move Toward Post-COVID Normal

By Associated Press
The annual sessions of the National People’s Congress and CPPCC, originally slated for March, will now take place in late May.

China’s 2019 ‘Two Sessions’ and the Statement of Artificial Intelligence Ambitions
March 18, 2019

China’s 2019 ‘Two Sessions’ and the Statement of Artificial Intelligence Ambitions

By Dingding Chen and Hengyi Yang
China’s “Two Sessions” this year cast a special light on artificial intelligence.

At Two Sessions, China Seeks to Bolster Cooling Economy
March 06, 2019

At Two Sessions, China Seeks to Bolster Cooling Economy

By Joe McDonald
Beijing is keeping to a high growth target, while adopting new measures to grease economic wheels.

China Upgrades Diplomacy While the US Pulls Back
March 20, 2018

China Upgrades Diplomacy While the US Pulls Back

By Helena Legarda
Beijing is working to realize Xi Jinping’s vision of turning China into a global power by 2049.
The Expected and Unexpected of China's Government Appointments
March 19, 2018

The Expected and Unexpected of China's Government Appointments

By Charlotte Gao
Wang Qishan, Yang Xiaodu, and the prospects for  the next phase of China’s anti-corruption campaign.

What China's Elimination of Presidential Term Limits Does and Doesn't Mean
March 06, 2018

What China's Elimination of Presidential Term Limits Does and Doesn't Mean

By Ankit Panda
The Diplomat's Shannon Tiezzi joins Ankit Panda to discuss developments in Chinese politics.

As 'Two Sessions' Open, CCP Is Ready to Defend Presidential Term Limit Change
March 05, 2018

As 'Two Sessions' Open, CCP Is Ready to Defend Presidential Term Limit Change

By Charlotte Gao
This year’s unusually long “Two Sessions” are doomed to go down in China’s contemporary history.

Welcome to Xi Jinping's New Era
February 27, 2018

Welcome to Xi Jinping's New Era

By Ankit Panda
Did the Chinese president need to remove term limits to exercise power and influence over the party?
China Slows the Pace on Its Defense Spending Growth in 2017
March 05, 2017

China Slows the Pace on Its Defense Spending Growth in 2017

By Ankit Panda
Anticipating slower overall growth, China slows the pace of its year-on-year defense spending growth.

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