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How A Superpower Sets Its Agenda

Every five years, China chooses its new leaders behind closed doors. Next week, the ruling Chinese Communist party holds its 19th congress. It, rather than the Chinese people, determines who gets to lead the party and the country. How does that work? Who will emerge as the person to run the world's second biggest economy? And what does that mean for us?

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