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China’s new world order: looking for clues from Xi’s recent meetings with foreign leaders

By Stefan Wolff, Professor of International Security, University of Birmingham
There is broad consensus that Chinese foreign policy has become more assertive and more centralised in the decade since Xi Jinping has ascended to the top of China’s leadership. This has also meant that Chinese foreign policy has become more personalised and that Xi’s own diplomatic engagements offer potentially important clues about its direction.

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