Benjamin Carlson and Cain NunnsNovember 7, 2012 18:40
HONG KONG and TAIPEI — Obama's crowds have yet to quiet down, but China waits for no man. The world's other major power transition takes place Thursday, when China's Politburo meets to announce who its new supreme decision makers. The selection process has been largely shrouded in secrecy, but many are speculating as to who will be among the new members. Here's our breakdown.