Xi’s Third Term and the Future of China

With the conclusion of the 20th National Party Congress in China and the selection of a new Politburo Standing Committee, President Xi Jinping has broken traditions to begin an unprecedented third term in power. What does this mean for China’s future, and what are its implications to great power conflicts and to the security and prosperity of the World? The Oxford Political Review is excited to invite Cindy Yu, presenter of the Spectator’s Chinese Whispers podcast and Prof. Rosemary Foot, research fellow at Oxford and an expert on Chinese foreign policy, to unpack what all this means.