The Triumph And Terror Of Wang Huning

Many believe that China’s ‘profound transformation” is a result of President Xi Jinping’s seemingly endless personal obsession with political control. The overlooked answer, however, is that this is indeed the culmination of decades of thinking and planning by a very powerful man—but that man is not Xi. Read More Here

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From Mao To Xi And Beyond: What Kind Of Leader Will China’s Communist Party Need For The Next 100 Years?

Today, Xi is leader of a country that is likely to become the world’s biggest economy in a matter of years, which has just sent three astronauts into space to spend three months in a Chinese space station, and which has strengthened its military to the point where the United States has to think twice whether to take it on. Read […]

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Adaptation Key To Success For Communist Party Of China

For the West, China is a disputable issue, even more so its phenomenal economic growth in recent decades. There are many question marks, in the West, over the emergence of China as the new economic, political, and recently also technological power. What is the secret behind China’s unprecedented success story? Read More Here

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A Most Adaptable Party

For a party that aims to guide China toward domination of the future—especially in crucial industries such as electric vehicles, renewable energy, and artificial intelligence—the first priority is controlling the past. In its telling, history brought it to power and, because it rules so well by doing things like eliminating poverty, history has decided to […]

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The Party Is Not Forever

As the Communist Party of China prepares to mark its centennial on July 1, the poor longevity record of other dictatorial parties in modern times should give its leaders cause for worry. If the CPC is not on the right track with its neo-Maoist revival, its upcoming milestone maybe its last. Read More Here

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