March 2, 2014

Xi Consolidates Power and Stabilizes China

David Ignatius, Washington Post

The Associated Press

What Xi Jinping has accomplished over the past year doesn’t look like an old-fashioned Communist Party putsch. There aren’t red banners in the streets or blaring loudspeakers. But Chinese and Western analysts agree that Xi has achieved a remarkable consolidation of power.

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