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Xinjiang Police Files Show Xi Jinping’s Personal Involvement in Uyghur Persecution
May 25, 2022

Xinjiang Police Files Show Xi Jinping’s Personal Involvement in Uyghur Persecution

By Bonnie Girard
The files, in addition to adding to a mountain of evidence of the abuse and detention of Uyghurs in Xinjiang, include previously secret speeches tying the oppression directly to the top.

How Long Can Xi Prioritize ‘Zero COVID’ over the Economy?
May 14, 2022

How Long Can Xi Prioritize ‘Zero COVID’ over the Economy?

By Dan Macklin
Past precedent suggests the Chinese leader is willing to deprioritize growth to focus on more urgent goals, but only as long as he is supported by a sufficient economic cushion.
Why the Soviet Union’s 20th Party Congress Continues to Haunt China
May 14, 2022

Why the Soviet Union’s 20th Party Congress Continues to Haunt China

By Zhenze Huang
A lesson from 1956 continues to affect China’s understanding of political security -- especially as the CCP's own 20th Congress draws near.

China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Tigers, Flies, and Everything in Between
May 12, 2022

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.

Xi Jinping’s Legitimacy Malaise Is Bad News for Cross-Strait Relations
May 11, 2022

Xi Jinping’s Legitimacy Malaise Is Bad News for Cross-Strait Relations

By Anthony Toh Han Yang and Jonghyuk Lee
Xi’s achievements as a core leader of the party are far inferior to those of Mao and Deng. Taiwan may be his only chance to secure a legacy-defining victory.

In the China-US Competition, Xi Jinping’s Loss Is Biden’s Gain
May 09, 2022

In the China-US Competition, Xi Jinping’s Loss Is Biden’s Gain

By Sam Bresnick and Nathaniel Sher
Instead of seeking to transform China, the Biden administration is content to see China’s foreign and domestic policies hamper its competitiveness.

China-Vatican Relations in the Xi Era
May 07, 2022

China-Vatican Relations in the Xi Era

By Wang Linbin
Nearly four years after reaching a provisional arrangement, are the two sides moving closer to a formal agreement on bishop appointments?
Xi Jinping Suffers From the Putin Effect
April 29, 2022

Xi Jinping Suffers From the Putin Effect

By Bonnie Girard
Xi has tied himself personally to Russia’s leader through public declarations of friendship. Now Xi shares the reputational damage of the brutalities Russia is unleashing on Ukraine.

CCP Regulations and Xi Jinping’s Bid for a Third Term
April 22, 2022

CCP Regulations and Xi Jinping’s Bid for a Third Term

By KAWASHIMA Shin
Xi will need to make some institutional adjustments if he is to secure a third term.

Duterte, Xi Talk South China Sea in Virtual Summit
April 11, 2022

Duterte, Xi Talk South China Sea in Virtual Summit

By Sebastian Strangio
The call forms a neat bookend to Duterte's six years of controversial rapprochement with China.

Russia’s Stalled Invasion of Ukraine: Lessons for China’s Leaders
April 06, 2022

Russia’s Stalled Invasion of Ukraine: Lessons for China’s Leaders

By Zi Yang
Russia’s Ukraine invasion holds important takeaways for China about elite politics, foreign policy, and military affairs.
Look to Hong Kong, Not Ukraine, For Signals About China’s Taiwan Plans
April 05, 2022

Look to Hong Kong, Not Ukraine, For Signals About China’s Taiwan Plans

By Dennis Kwok and Johnny Patterson
Few took it seriously when Xi Jinping first said he would consolidate control over Hong Kong. We must not make the same mistake when analyzing Xi's plans for Taiwan.

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