New Atlanticist Oct 17, 2022
Experts react: Xi solidifies his power at China’s Communist Party Congress. What should the world take away?
By Atlantic Council experts
We asked our China watchers to explain how the world should read Xi Jinping’s approach to the economy, Taiwan, and more.
Issue Brief Oct 18, 2022
An allied strategy for China after the 20th Party Congress
By Matthew Kroenig, Jeffrey Cimmino, David O. Shullman, Colleen Cottle, Emma Verges
Chinese president Xi Jinping secured a third term in power as general secretary, and China is likely to continue along a more assertive course in global affairs. The United States and its allies need an updated strategy to navigate this period of relations with China.
Issue Brief Oct 7, 2022
What Xi Jinping’s third term means for the world
By Michael Schuman
It has been widely believed for some time, both inside and outside of China, that current Communist Party General Secretary Xi Jinping will break with modern precedent and extend his reign into a third, five-year term. Xi, who also serves as the country’s president, has been working toward this outcome for years.
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