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Where Are the Women in Chinese Politics?
The National People’s Congress is the only national-level political institution in China that has adopted some form of gender quota, but today women only make up 26.54% of the congress.
China Hands Xi Jinping Historic Third Term as President
Xi was unanimously voted to serve a third term as the president and commander of the 2 million-member People’s Liberation Army.
Even Now, Standing Supreme, Xi Has Limits to His Power
The very loyalists that have facilitated Xi Jinping’s rise could yet provide a constraint to his ambition.
The 20th Party Congress and the Crowning of Xi Jinping
Xi Jinping’s maneuverings to ensure his personal domination in the CCP, long in the planning, threaten to upset a bedrock of the durability of the party.
Xi Jinping Puts His Stamp on Communist Party History, but Is His Support as Strong as His Predecessors?
It is reasonable to assume Xi has had close supporters within the leadership of the CCP, and even among former leaders. However, they are not as visible, for the most part, as was the case for Mao and Deng.
China: Xi Jinping Says Beijing Will No Longer Be Bullied During CCP 100 Year Anniversary
The Chinese Communist Party celebrated the 100th anniversary of its founding with a flyby of jets and helicopters over Tiananmen Square.
After Fan Bingbing & Meng Hongwei, Nobody Is Safe in Xi Jinping's China
Both the starlet and the cop are victims of Xi's newest repression tactic: liuzhi, or retention in custody.
China Stoking Nationalist Fires in Doklam Border Dispute
China's recent dispute with India on the border with Bhutan shows how Beijing wields its international clout to boost domestic legitimacy.
The Empty Truth of Xi Jinping Thought
As the 19th National Congress of the CPP Approaches, Xi Jinping Thought looks set to be installed in the Party's constitution – ranking alongside only Mao Zedong Thought in terms of doctrinal weight. But whereas The Great Helmsman's dogma looked to the future, Xi is set solely on consolidating power for himself and his party.
Two Years in Jail for Calling Xi Jinping a ‘Steamed Bun’
It is a dangerous game playing fast and loose with nicknames in China, even with your friends online.