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Standby for Xi Jinping’s emerging dictatorship

The two trends of a slowing economy and increasing paranoia among the Chinese elite are merging into one.

Mon, 25 Apr 2016

Prime Minister John Key visited China as part of a 40-strong delegation this week, hoping to boost ties to Asia’s largest economy. 

Chinese media, including Xinhua and the Global Times, warned any mention of the territorial disputes in the South China Sea during Mr Key’s stay could put at risk the

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