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    In a meeting powersteroid.com On the civil/military side, critics will likely take issue with the leadership’s softening on foreign policy. The shift in tone there has been surprisingly sharp since the transition, affecting nearly all fronts including relationships within Asia and in particular with the United States. These developments are a tough pill to swallow for harder-line voices — especially in the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) or military — that will pressure the leadership to be more forceful. The risk is that the seeds are being sown for further divides between the party leadership and the military and security forces. In the years preceding Xi’s assumption of power, he was reputed to have better support in the military than his predecessor. His new foreign policy positions, if sustained, will diminish that support, and the Bo legacy might convince senior military or security officials that they have more space to express opposing views and even engage in opposing behavior than we have seen in recent decades.

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