The Xi Jinping Faction Dominates Regional Appointments After the 19th Party Congress

Originally Published on The Jamestown Foundation By: Willy Wo-Lap Lam In mid-January, the Chinese Communist Party further confirmed Xi Jinping’s status

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China factory output slows as government cracks down on pollution

China’s industrial output slowed in October, official data showed Tuesday, as authorities fight smog by clamping down on pollution produced

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Can Trump Deliver on Economic Issues With China?

Originally published by the Center for American Progress By Melanie Hart This week President Donald Trump will visit Beijing for his second

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China’s Contradictions

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY STEPHEN S. ROACH Notwithstanding all the self-congratulatory flourishes in Chinese President Xi Jinping’s political report to

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Xi Jinping sets out plans to make China great again

Jinghan Zeng, Royal Holloway In 1793, in his letter to Britain’s King George III, China’s Qianlong emperor rejected all the

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China: zero tolerance for academic freedom

Emilie Tran, Hong Kong Baptist University Universities will be closely scrutinised, professors will be evaluated and the Party will punish

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Pushing Boundaries – Chinese Diplomatic and Military Behavior Intensifies in the Run-up to the 19th Party Congress

Originally Published on The Jamestown Foundation By Peter Wood Amid rising tensions between the United States and North Korea, Gen.

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Managing the State: Social Credit, Surveillance and the CCP’s Plan for China

Originally Published on The Jamestown Foundation By: Samantha Hoffman On July 20, the Chinese government released its Next Generation Artificial Intelligence Development

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