The Power – and Limits – of Xi Jinping
By Zhuoran Li
Xi may have more power than any Chinese leader since Mao Zedong, but even he can’t fully implement his policy preferences.
China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Tigers, Flies, and Everything in Between
By Rahul Karan Reddy
Since Xi Jinping took office, his anti-corruption efforts have expanded beyond the confines of the CCP itself.
When Emulating Mao, Xi Should Not Forget the Cultural Revolution
By Chi Wang
Mao’s quest for uncontested power culminated in a national tragedy – and a deeply personal one for the author.
On the Couch in Beidaihe: The Political Psychology of China’s President Xi Jinping
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Dr. Kenneth Dekleva.
Jerome Cohen: Xi and CCP Aim for Unchallenged Power
By Maurits Elen
To whom much is given, much will be required.