China’s Xi Jinping seems likely to have his third term in office ratified by the Communist Party Congress in 2022. What could that mean for China, and for the rest of the world?
00:00 What will China do in 2022?
02:38 Chinese nationalism is at an all time high
03:39 The death of private enterprise in China?
04:15 China’s relationship with the United States
05:50 Will China invade Taiwan?
07:12 Understanding China is our most important job.
Read our special report on the Chinese Communist Party: https://econ.st/3F0Q3e3
China’s economy: what’s its weak spot? Watch here: https://econ.st/3sgwgnv
How is Xi Jinping rewriting history? Listen to, or read the story here: https://econ.st/3m96fm5
How are China’s capital markets changing? Listen here: https://econ.st/3IUBMSE
Is Taiwan part of China? Watch here to find out: https://econ.st/3q3g31X
Learn more about China’s methods of surveillance here: https://econ.st/3IT0wuq
China is keeping its borders closed, and turning inward: https://econ.st/3mchZnX
How long can China’s zero-covid policy last? https://econ.st/3GL1gjp
What does the case of Peng Shuai show about a one party rule? https://econ.st/3GMoq8R
In Xinjiang, officials are trying to stamp out Uyghur identity: https://econ.st/3m9AVnd
China still steals commercial secrets for its own firms’ profit: https://econ.st/3ITIic2
How is Xi Jinping trying to heal the party’s wounds? https://econ.st/3q4v3N0
Is China already the world’s most dominant economy? https://econ.st/3GLgMf6
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