China’s Supremo

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Since coming to power in 2012, China’s Xi Jinping has reforged the Chinese Communist Party with his anti-corruption campaign and his accumulation of titles. In a post-Mao system designed to distribute power, Xi’s reforms risk tying China’s success too closely to his own. Gordon Chang’s article, written for The Cipher Brief on September 4th, examines the architect of China’s most recent and expansive policies, Xi Jinping.

Like no leader since Mao, Xi Jinping has roiled China’s political system.

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