Worrying about Xi Jinping
08 August 2018
Under Xi Jinping’s leadership, China is widely seen as a strong, stable country in a process of rejuvenation under one-party rule. The world frets about the Middle East and even about the European Union; faced with Donald Trump’s maverick leadership, it worries about the future of the United States. But China seems like a still pond, its surface broken only now and then by ripples from less reassuring undercurrents. The general assumption is that Xi and the Communist Party are looking solid.
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