‘I do not see any aspirations for absolute power in Xi’
At the National Congress this fall, Xi Jinping will run for a third term as President – a move Deng Xiaoping once tried to prevent. Deng feared excesses like those of Mao. Speaking with Michael Radunski, Eberhard Sandschneider explains what problems Xi Jinping has, what goals he is pursuing – and why he is more concerned about the United States in all of this.
Mr. Sandschneider, are you already eagerly awaiting the fall?
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