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Curated by Project Syndicate

China in Transition

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China has unveiled its new leadership, including President-designate Xi Jinping, who will run the country for the next decade. At home, the new leadership will face slowing economic growth and increased pressure to revalue the renminbi. Meanwhile, with regional tensions running high, the US has shifted its focus to Asia in order to offset China's increasing influence. How will the country's new leadership manage mounting economic and geopolitical challenges?

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    China Is Its Own Worst Enemy

    Brahma Chellaney

    Had Chinese President Xi Jinping’s communist regime been wise, it would have sought to repair the pandemic-inflicted damage to China’s image by showing empathy and compassion to other countries. Instead, China has acted in ways that undermine its long-term interests.


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