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◎ Our accuracy for 66 predictions is 56.1 percent, while the exclusion of the predictions involving a post-communist China is 66.1 percent.
Xi’an is just one of Beijing’s latest COVID headaches.
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Presenting our China 2022 outlook.
Qu Qingshan and Jiang Jinquan’s articles pave the way for Xi Jinping to move against the Jiang faction.
Escalating Xi-Jiang faction struggle will raise political risk levels in China in 2022.
Xi’s “historical resolution” quietly lays the groundwork for him to move the Party further away from the “collective leadership” model and towards strongman dictatorship.
Xi is now under tremendous pressure to perform after having artificially inflated his “quan wei” and image through propaganda and the “historical resolution.”