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Power, patriotism and 1.4 billion people: How China beat the virus and roared back

In the year since the coronavirus began its march around the world, China has done what many other countries would not or could not do.

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China’s combative nationalists see a world turning their way

China’s authoritarian system, proponents say, is not just different from the West’s democracies, it is also proving itself superior

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China’s combative nationalists see a world turning their way

In one Beijing artist’s recent depiction of the world in 2098, China is a high-tech superpower and the United States is humbled

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As the west stumbles, ‘helmsman’ Xi pushes an ambitious plan for China

Xi must tackle some of the most serious economic and geopolitical challenges China has faced in many years

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In city where China welcomed the world, Xi prepares for a colder one

Past leaders stressed drawing in foreign capital and technology to help China catch up; Xi wants to shift the balance by taking Chinese technology, investment and power to the world

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Distrust of China jumps to new highs in democratic nations

The rise in disapproving opinions of China was starkest in Australia, which has been mired in diplomatic flare-ups with Beijing in recent months

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