China’s president, Xi Jinping, is consolidating power–something that has great implications for his country and the world.
How much power does Mr Xi really wield? And what might life be like in a future China shaped by him?
Our editor-in-chief and The Economist’s China experts discuss Mr Xi’s rule and what might come next as he breaks with tradition and prepares to ask his party congress for a third term in office.
With Zanny Minton Beddoes, Edward Carr, David Rennie and Alice Su.
(A partir del min. 39, E. Carr y Alice Su responden a la preguna sobre la conexión posible entre los problemas internos de China y el riesgo de invasión de Taiwan …)