Chinese domestic politics in the rise of global China

REFILE - REMOVING EXTRANEOUS WORD A float carrying a portrait of Chinese President Xi Jinping moves through Tiananmen Square during the parade marking the 70th founding anniversary of People's Republic of China, on its National Day in Beijing, China October 1, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter - RC15CA56C990

Learn more about Global ChinaThis is the third of five special episodes in a takeover of the Brookings Cafeteria podcast by the Global China project at Brookings, a multi-year endeavor drawing on expertise from across the Institution. In this series, Lindsey Ford, a David M. Rubenstein Fellow in Foreign Policy, speaks with experts about a range of issues related to Global China.

In this episode, she speaks with Senior Fellow Cheng Li, director of the John L. Thornton China Center, about how President Xi Jinping’s domestic political standing and policy priorities drive prospects for a global China.

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