Xi Jinping

Chinese President Xi Jinping meets Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko.

China’s Global Critics Are Helping It Win

Beijing won’t tolerate dissent at home. But when foreigners criticize its geopolitical tactics, it listens.

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Can American Values Survive in a Chinese World?

A new book looks at the China challenge for the United States—and China itself.

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G-20 summit in Japan.

Xi Jinping Has Embraced Vladimir Putin—for Now

But the Russia-China flirtation may not last forever. As in the classic novel “Romance of the Three Kingdoms,” the Chinese can be calculating about alliances.

U.S. President Donald Trump sits in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., on Aug. 27, 2018.

The Tyrannical Mr. Trump

If the U.S. president is impeached and removed from office, don’t expect him to accept the result.

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Xi Jinping Is the Life and Soul of the Party

The Chinese president’s ambitions can’t be separated from the CCP’s ideology.

Chinese President Xi Jinping greets U.S. President Donald Trump at a welcome ceremony in Beijing on Nov. 9, 2017.

The U.S.-China Cold War Is a Myth

The 20th century’s great standoff doesn’t explain the emerging dynamic between Washington and Beijing.

U.S. President Donald Trump shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping before a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the G-20 Summit in Osaka, Japan, on June 29.

In Japan and South Korea, Trump Boxed Himself In

The United States is not making progress in its trade war with China or in nuclear talks with North Korea.

South Koreans in Seoul watch a television broadcast reporting a meeting between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Chinese President Xi Jinping on March 28.

From Pariah to Pawn

Trump helped make Kim Jong Un a global statesman. Now China is using him to antagonize the United States.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, tour the Kremlin in Moscow on June 5.

Xi and Putin, Best Friends Forever?

A transcript of the two leaders’ remarks in Moscow.

Banners hang along a street ahead of the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing on April 22, 2019. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)        (Photo credit should read WANG ZHAO/AFP/Getty Images)

Can China Deliver a Better Belt and Road?

Beijing promises greener and fairer projects, but it has to keep its promises at home as well.

Vietnam communist party chief Nguyen Phu Trong takes the presidential oath at the National Assembly hall in Hanoi on October 23, 2018.(/AFP/Getty Images)

Vietnam’s Quiet New Autocrat Is Consolidating Power

President Nguyen Phu Trong is drawing from Xi Jinping's playbook.

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中国的大跃退

数十年来,中国设法避免了独裁统治通常会带来的大多数问题,而现在习近平对个人权力的追逐正在毁掉使中国成为例外的整个基础

A footbridge over the Nujiang River near Bingzhongluo, in Nujiang prefecture, China, on April 10. The bridge links the increasingly modern village of Bingzhongluo with a group of subsistence agricultural communities found at higher altitudes. (Edward Cavanough for Foreign Policy)

Nowhere to Run in Xi’s China

The Chinese leader’s cult reaches into the most remote regions of the country.

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I Mastered Xi Jinping Thought, and I Have the Certificate to Prove It

Study of the leader’s half-baked ideas is increasingly compulsory in China.

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China’s Great Leap Backward

For decades, the country managed to avoid most problems suffered by dictatorships. Now Xi Jinping’s personal power play risks undermining everything that made China exceptional.

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