With China's 18th Party Congress now concluded, the new leadership has been announced and seven people named to the Politburo Standing Committee. This once-a-decade power transition will have significant impact on China’s political, economic and financial development and reforms, as well as its foreign policy and military ambitions. Brookings experts examine the new generation of leaders and their potential impact on the country’s direction in the foreseeable feature.
China's Premier Li Keqiang (R) shakes hands with India's Foreign Minister Salman Khurshid during a meeting at the Zhongnanhai Leadership Compound in Beijing (REUTERS/China Daily).
Premier Li Keqiang of China Goes to India
May 18, 2013, Tanvi Madan
This week Chinese premier Li Keqiang heads out from Beijing to India for his first visit abroad in that role. Tanvi Madan examines the current state of Chinese-Indian relations and what will be discussed during the visit.
Asia and the Pacific
May 2013, Yun Sun
April 29, 2013, Joel R. Campbell
April 23, 2013
April 16, 2013
Speech | National Chengchi University
April 11, 2013, Richard C. Bush III
Speech | Tamkang University
April 10, 2013, Richard C. Bush III
Interview | Business Standard
March 30, 2013, Kenneth G. Lieberthal
March 29, 2013
March 28, 2013, Kenneth G. Lieberthal
March 25, 2013, Yun Sun
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Before China's 18th Party Congress, Cheng Li profiled 25 possible members of the Politburo, examining their backgrounds, family and patron-client ties, political prospects and policy preferences. See Li's profiles of the seven individuals who were named to the Politburo Standing Committee:
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