China has introduced its new largely conservative leadership to the world's media. The new president-in-waiting Xi Jinping says they will do all they can to tackle corruption and meet the expectations of the people.
This year's People's Congress in Beijing is seen as the first test for China's new strong man, Xi Jinping. His concept: Limited change and reforms through centralization.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has praised China for joining with the US in calling for North Korea to dismantle its nuclear program. But there are regional issues risking conflict.
The relations between China and Germany are as close as ever, especially in economic terms. But how do Germans view China and what is the Chinese perception of Germany? A study has examined this question.
China's leadership has declared war on corruption. But asking questions on issues such as politicians' fortunes leads to imprisonment and banishment. That does not fit together, says Matthias von Hein.
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