Tag Archives: Xi Jinping

China’s Biggest Political Summit

For all of China’s active global summitry, the most complex diplomatic exercise is entirely domestic – the CCP’s Party Congress, held every five years.

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A Trump Doctrine?

From Syria to North Korea, the Trump administration struggles to cope with the world, with China caught in the middle.

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Francis and Jinping: Like Two Ships Crossing At Night

The Pope and CCP leader would have benefitted from comparing notes while in the US. Alas, that did not happen.

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China’s Japan-bashing

Is there any hope that China and Japan could bury the hatchet and have friendly relations?

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The Mounting Global Challenges of Rampant Corruption

Only a united front against corruption can bring about its end.

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The Hard Facts of Global Corruption

Action rarely follows rhetoric when it comes to global corruption.

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Obama, Move Over

Strong performances by Xi and Putin at the APEC Summit.

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China: Hiding Your Strength and Biding Your Time

APEC Summit reflections on China’s impressive policy and reform path.

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Can China Innovate Without Freedom of Information?

A desire to stay relevant and powerful may push China towards new information ethics.

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China’s Grudge Match Against Multinationals: Biting the Hand That Fed It

What motivates China’s leaders to go up against Western companies?

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