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China Monitor: Grand military parade points to political emphasis that could be further blow to reform – and raises regional risks


It was the biggest show Beijing had seen since the 2008 Olympic Games and only the fourth such display since the foundation of the People’s Republic 65 years ago. So there was no doubting the importance that the Chinese leadership attached to Thursday’s military parade to mark the seventieth anniversary of the end of the Second World War and the defeat of Japan. Xi Jinping rode at the head of the procession and made a speech portraying the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) as a force...

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