The Xi Jinping dictatorship has become absolute. What does that mean to Japan, and how will it affect Tokyo's economic and security policy choices?
Communist Party delegates gather at the Great Hall of the People to praise Xi Jinping and choose his acolytes. Debate about China's problems will be suppressed.
The United States and Japan should get down to business, and fast. Tokyo will do well to take what it has defense-wise and make the best...
Xi Jinping should remember his own words in 2014 and the experience of army strongman Yuan Shikai before pursuing his quest for lifetime leadership.
The Chinese Communist Party National Congress begins in mid-October, with implications for China's domestic stability and the security of its neighbors.