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Infighting
A Chastened China Girds for Conflict

Xi’s regime underperformed when facing COVID-19, and Chinese elites know it. In the unstable times ahead, expect a more hostile and unpredictable foreign policy coming out of Beijing.

Appeared in: Volume 15, Number 6 | Published on: April 23, 2020
Jacqueline Deal is President of the Long Term Strategy Group, a defense consultancy; co-founder of the American Academy for Strategic Education, a non-profit that teaches strategy; and Senior Fellow of the Foreign Policy Research Institute.
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