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The Harvard man who became Xi Jinping’s favourite academic

13 May 2024

9:03 PM

13 May 2024

9:03 PM

Xi Jinping is a busy man. He holds down three jobs. As General Secretary of the Chinese Communist party (CCP), he rules 1.4 billion people and disciplines 100 million party members; as Chairman of the Military Commission, he commands and reforms the world’s largest army; and as president, he glad-hands a succession of Beijing-bound heads of states.

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