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The Sino-US public opinion war continues to heat up the new situation after the Fourth Plenary Session

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(BOXUN) The Fourth Plenary Session of the Chinese Communist Party closed today as planned, but this four-day meeting made the outside world speculate that a new change may occur in China’s political situation. This week, party and government officials from all over China gathered in Beijing to discuss the future direction of the CCP. It is worth noting that the convening of this meeting was the first time that Xi Jinping came to power to face the double pressures against his aides. The escalation of protests in Hong Kong has made this Asian city, which was originally a small population, more anxious. Some people who made misconduct against the Chinese flag were pressured by the government-led pro-Beijing group to force the Hong Kong High Court to make A series of rulings, but the results of the ruling did not satisfy these groups. Obviously, the CCP used the power of the United Front Department in this anti-government demonstration to intensify the crackdown on these Hong Kong protesters. The confrontation between the trade wars continues, and the United States seems willing to reach a trade consensus with Beijing. However, Beijing has never made concessions to the United States on some issues concerning China’s structural principles, which makes this marathon negotiation more difficult. Of course, In the United Nations, some Western countries have been irritated by the human rights issue in Xinjiang. They have to choose one on trade and human rights issues. Some analysts believe that a large part of China’s entities and virtual economies are held by the CCP, while the CCP uses Some united fronts have unofficially the disguised commercial measures of these real economy companies. This is an interesting strategy, and this strategy is only used by political parties like the CCP. Therefore, the US negotiations with China are like negotiating with the Chinese Communist Party. To a large extent, the CCP does not represent the Chinese people. Poor human rights policies and continued downward pressure on the economy have had some impact on the lives of the Chinese people. Many Chinese middle class hope to start diversifying their assets on a large scale in the light of this wave of negotiations, in order to reduce the shrinkage of assets.

At present, countries all over the world are re-examining relations with China, especially the nature of the Chinese Communist Party. The Western countries began to become more alert to the CCP’s strong implementation of the “One Belt, One Road” policy.
The implementation of the One Belt One Road policy has gradually widened Beijing’s distance from the world, because people will not believe that this policy will not have a political purpose. Compared with going to China, the Chinese people are particularly unfamiliar with the implementation of this policy. The escalation of ideological control has added a shackle to the Chinese people’s thinking. This shackle is a radical nationalist policy implemented by the CCP for a long time. There are many unimaginable changes in education and culture.

After the Fourth Plenary Session, some experts analyzed that the policies promulgated by the CCP include: paying more attention to the control of the ideological field and the clearing of dissatisfaction within the party. Institutional issues are principled issues and will not be concessions because of institutional issues, even for diplomatic and economic trade issues. The authority of the system is a key issue.

It seems that Beijing has always hoped to make more prominent policies in maintaining political stability. Whether there will be a series of reform measures within the CCP is also a question worthy of attention for this meeting. For Xi Jinping, controlling the CCP is crucial to his political survival. Nothing is more important than this. He seems eager to prevent the setback from deteriorating into a broader suspicion of his and the ruling ability of the CCP. Since 2012, he has repeatedly launched campaigns aimed at eliminating official corruption, gangism, and bureaucracy. This sustained and enduring campaign touched on the interests of the vested interests of the party. At this meeting, it is likely to reshuffle the candidates of some institutions.

Many foreign investors are worried that China’s investment environment may deteriorate further after the Fourth Plenary Session, and the lasting economic impact is a big pressure and vigilance for the CCP.

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