Two Sessions Conclude With Xi More in Power But With Few Answers to China’s Crises
The Chinese Communist Party held its annual meeting of the regime’s rubber-stamp legislature and top political advisory body in the first two weeks of March. By the conclusion of the Two Sessions on March 13, Party general secretary Xi Jinping had secured a third term as president of the People’s Republic of China, confirmed several
Geopolitics Watch: With EU Deal, Trump Advances Another Step in Reshaping CCP-Hijacked World Order
◎ The new U.S.-EU trade agreement, while still being finalized, would likely come to be seen as a watershed in Trump’s effort to rebuild the global order.
Geopolitics Watch: Korean Peninsula Denuke and Peace Could Hinge on US-North Korea Trust
◎ The timing and tempo of the U.S. strategies is vital to ensure mission success.
Geopolitics Watch: What North Korea, China ‘Backslide’ Means for Denuclearization, Sino-US Trade
◎ What we are seeing from Beijing and Pyongyang is textbook communist regime negotiation tactics.
Geopolitics Watch: Will Xi Really Strike Back at the US in Trade Clash?
◎ Xi is posturing for the moment, but future action depends on U.S. action.
Geopolitics Watch: Sino-US Trade Conflict a Catalyst for Big Change in China
◎ We believe that a full-blown Sino-U.S. trade war is the catalyst that would set China on the path of tremendous change.
Geopolitics Watch: The Potentially Dire Implications of US Tariffs on China
◎ We examine the “worst-case scenario” of what the implementation of U.S. tariffs might mean for America, China, and North Korea.
Geopolitics Watch: Pompeo Meeting with Xi Forebodes Trade War Truce
◎ Trump could still press ahead with tariffs or reduced tariffs on June 15 if there is a lack of mutual trust between the two sides.
Geopolitics Watch: Trump-Kim Summit Affirms Our Peace and Denuclearization Prediction
◎ We predicted in March after Kim met Xi in Beijing that North Korea would denuclearize and a peace treaty to end the Korean war would be signed.
Geopolitics Watch: US Deal Puts ZTE on ‘Probation,’ Benefits US National Security
◎ The new ZTE deal could later be regarded as an important milestone by the U.S. in advancing national security interests in dealings with China.