What the Purge of Former Xinjiang Officials Say About the ‘CCP-ification’ of China and Factional Politics
◎ The following analysis was first published in the April 8, 2021 edition of our subscriber-only SinoWeekly Plus newsletter. Subscribe to SinoInsider to view past analyses in our newsletter archive.
◎ The following analysis was first published in the March 22, 2021 edition of our subscriber-only SinoWeekly Plus newsletter. Subscribe to SinoInsider to view past analyses in our newsletter archive.
◎ We see three potential scenarios for the future of the Sino-U.S. relationship under the Biden-Harris administration.
◎ The WSJ report alludes to serious splits in the CCP elite, something that parties with vested interest will be keen to exploit.
An Uneasy Echo Between ‘Post-Insurrection’ America and the Political ‘Rectifications’ of Communist China
◎ There are uncanny parallels between what has happened post-Jan. 6 in America and the CCP political campaigns of yesteryears.
◎ How America approaches the CCP threat now will have profound ramifications for the world.
◎ We strongly suspect that something most would consider unthinkable may have happened in Washington.
◎ Presenting our China 2021 outlook.
◎ 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.