China Outlook 2023: China at Historical Crossroads as Crises Surge
As crises come to a head, political risk levels for Xi and the CCP will rise exponentially in 2023.
Analyzing the Sino-US Meeting in Alaska
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Biden’s Interim Strategies and Re-engagement With Communist China
◎ We see three potential scenarios for the future of the Sino-U.S. relationship under the Biden-Harris administration.
In Jack Ma’s Ant IPO, Political and Economic Problems Intertwine for Xi
◎ 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.
‘The Longer Telegram’ Strategy Is Anti-China, Not Anti-CCP
◎ How America approaches the CCP threat now will have profound ramifications for the world.
The ‘Normalization’ of the 2020 US Presidential Election
◎ We strongly suspect that something most would consider unthinkable may have happened in Washington.
China 2021 Outlook: The CCP’s ‘Berlin Wall’ Moment Beckons
◎ Presenting our China 2021 outlook.
Team Biden’s ‘Great Reset’ and Communist China’s Global Ambitions
◎ 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.
Why Xi Congratulating Biden Could be a Misstep for the CCP
◎ A continued Trump presidency is Communist China’s worst nightmare.