While the world waits to see if there will be leadership change in Washington, in China it's guaranteed, but nothing is out in the open. The Communist Party is about to start meeting behind closed doors to endorse the tiny group who will run the number two superpower for the next ten years. The biggest turnover since the death of Mao Zedong in 1976 -- and only its fifth generation of leaders since the founding of the People's Republic in 1949 -- will have worldwide consequences, though nobody knows just what to expect. We hear about murder, corruption, public unrest and the uncertain future of the "economic miracle."
Politics in the Other Superpower
Adam Minter - author of the book “"Secondhand: Travels in the New Global Garage Sale." - @AdamMinter, James Fallows - Atlantic - @JamesFallows, Gordon G. Chang - Daily Beast / Forbes - @GordonGChang, Jonathan Pollack - Brookings Institution - @BrookingsInst