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Editor’s Note

This issue of China Currents features an eclectic mix of topics that would capture more of our attention if the world were not obsessed with the coronavirus pandemic. In that world, U.S.-China relations are not expected to markedly improve, whoever…

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Introduction

Making sense out of the current moment is challenging to say the least. The coronavirus pandemic has overtaken and overshadowed everything, which is why this edition of China Currents is dedicated to examining the impact of the crisis on China…

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Introduction

This edition of China Currents offers three distinct types of articles. The first group of three essays focuses on China’s expanding relationships in Latin America and the Caribbean. All three were first published by The Carter Center as part of…

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Editor’s Note

This issue of China Currents once again covers a wide swatch of intellectual territory for anyone interested in tracking contemporary China, from the political economy of Chinese agriculture, to the economics and geopolitics of trade, to cultural products, and sociological…

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Editor’s Note

This edition of China Currents covers an exceptionally broad swath of terrain, a reflection of the expansive changes taking place in China and their effects on the world. Stephen Herschler provides a unique contextual analysis of President Xi Jinping’s 19th…

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China is nothing if not ambitious, and ambition is a theme that suffuses the articles in this issue of China Currents. Starting with perhaps the most ambitious development plan in human history, Yawei Liu examines the many potential problems and…

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Editor’s Note

This issue of China Currents covers a wide range of timely issues.  Andy Wedeman’s piece analyzes China’s protracted anti-corruption campaign led by President Xi.  While many analysts had expected the campaign to wind down by now, there is reason to…

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Editor’s Note

The articles in this edition of China Currents shed light on some major economic and political challenges to China’s continuing transformation and development, both by examining specific issues and by reflecting on Chinese history. Michael Wenderoth looks at the hot…

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