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The Long March from the Third Plenum
11 December 2013, Wednesday / BEIJING
Though China’s leadership succession was completed earlier this year, the policy agenda for the coming decade has only just been revealed. Following Chinese political tradition, the country’s new leadership had to wait for the Third Plenum of the Chinese Communist Party’s 18th Central Committee – held 3-4 quarters after the First Plenum, where the succession was sealed – to unveil its economic-policy priorities.
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Pakistan’s Political Renaissance
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Finishing Off Hunger
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Mahmoud Abbas: I rely on Allah and continue my path
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What lesson did France draw from profiling scandal?
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Microeconomics for all
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Thailand's democratic disorder
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