Tag Archives: leadership transition

The pot is boiling over in Wukan and it won’t look good for Wang Yang

The Daily Telegraph’s Malcolm Moore has reported on a Southern Coastal town which is now in open revolt. However, those who think that this event represents the beginning of some kind of profound shift, ought to pause for a moment. … Continue reading

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Wen Jiabao’s Getting Fed Up and He’s Not Afraid to Show it

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao has been the face of the Liberal wing of the CCP for quite some time, but his power and influence have always been topics of contention. With less than a year left in his term, he’s … Continue reading

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A top 10 list of problems for China’s new leadership

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been battening down the hatches in preparation for the leadership handover next year. At this point, we’ll see the new politburo standing committee, and President Hu Jintao in all likelihood will be replaced by Xi … Continue reading

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