◎ Team Biden will leave the CCP with clear avenues to “reset” relations with the U.S., sabotage Washington’s “new cold war” footing, and restart its own ambitions for global hegemony.
◎ We believe that the answer to why Xi removed term limits for the Chinese presidency can be found in an analysis of CCP factional struggle.
◎ Resolving risks in China’s financial sector is the Xi Jinping administration’s most urgent and important task of 2018.
◎ The CCP appears to be simultaneously resolving China’s currency oversupply issue and seeking leadership in the digital currency while threatening the dollar’s dominance through five strategies.
◎ The vice presidency has emerged as a focal point in an intense factional struggle (neidou) in the upper echelons of the Chinese Communist Party.
◎ Xi Jinping could bring back trusted ally and seasoned troubleshooter Wang Qishan ahead of schedule to help even the odds.
◎ In light of Fang’s investigation being made official on Jan. 9, we have made our full report available.
◎ Trump’s NSS correctly identifies the challenge posed by “competitor” China to America’s domestic security and global influence.
◎ When talking about China, President Donald Trump usually brings up his cordial friendship with Xi Jinping.
◎ The relationship between China and North Korea is at its lowest point since the founding of both communist regimes.