November 01, 2022

China with Jacob Stokes

By Jacob Stokes

The Chinese Communist Party’s 20th Congress is in the rearview mirror but what lessons can we take from it about the future of China’s domestic and foreign policy. Grant and Zoe sat down with Jacob Stokes of the Center for a New American Security to break it down.

Listen to the full interview from Next in Foreign Policy.

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