China: An end to presidential term limits | IN 60 SECONDS

On February 25th, 2018, the Chinese Communist Party proposed to end presidential term limits, which could allow current president Xi Jinping to rule indefinitely. What does this mean for China and the rest of the world? AEI Jeane Kirkpatrick Visiting Scholar Oriana Skylar Mastro gives her take.

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