Over the last 40 years, China has changed beyond recognition, becoming a world power following economic reforms made by Deng Xiaoping and others. President Xi Jinping, perhaps the most powerful leader in China since Mao Tse Tung, has inherited this more prosperous, and complex, economy. Yet, George Magnus, of the China Centre at Oxford University, sees four key ‘Red Flags’–traps, if you will– that Xi will have to negotiate if he wants to keep China’s hot streak going. Is China in more jeopardy than you imagine? Find out on this episode.