China's WW2 Remembrance: 'Patriotic Education' in Action
August 15, 2015
China's WW2 Remembrance: 'Patriotic Education' in Action
China’s WW2 remembrances are but the latest instance of a ‘new’ Chinese Nationalism created by the CCP.
China's WW2 Remembrance: 'Patriotic Education' in Action
Why Climate Change Could be China’s Biggest Security Threat
August 14, 2015
Why Climate Change Could be China’s Biggest Security Threat
Climate change may be a greater threat to China's long-term prosperity than its leaders recognize.
Why Climate Change Could be China’s Biggest Security Threat
The Secretive CCP Meeting That Decides China's Fate (If It Exists, That Is)
August 06, 2015
The Secretive CCP Meeting That Decides China's Fate (If It Exists, That Is)
A possible Beidaihe meeting remains a topic of intense speculation, with little certainty.
The Secretive CCP Meeting That Decides China's Fate (If It Exists, That Is)
China's Anti-Corruption Campaign Enters Phase Two
July 02, 2015
China's Anti-Corruption Campaign Enters Phase Two
The second phase of Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign will require an intensification of legal efforts.
China's Anti-Corruption Campaign Enters Phase Two
Is China Returning to One-Man Rule?
June 29, 2015
Is China Returning to One-Man Rule?
What happens if Xi Jinping wants to stay in power indefinitely?
Is China Returning to One-Man Rule?
China's WW2 Military Parade to Include Russia, Mongolia - and Taiwan
June 26, 2015
China's WW2 Military Parade to Include Russia, Mongolia - and Taiwan
China divulged new details about its September 3 military parade this week.
China's WW2 Military Parade to Include Russia, Mongolia - and Taiwan
How China's Ministry of Public Security Controls Cyber Policy
April 29, 2015
How China's Ministry of Public Security Controls Cyber Policy
How the Ministry of Public Security drives Beijing's cyber policy.
How China's Ministry of Public Security Controls Cyber Policy
What One New CCP Appointment Tells Us About Chinese Politics
April 20, 2015
What One New CCP Appointment Tells Us About Chinese Politics
Wang Zhengwei's appointment as deputy head of the Central United Front Department is a sign of three ongoing trends.
What One New CCP Appointment Tells Us About Chinese Politics
The End of CCP Rule and the Collapse of China
March 30, 2015
The End of CCP Rule and the Collapse of China
Is the CCP on the verge of collapse? Or is its 'dynasty' just getting started?
The End of CCP Rule and the Collapse of China
Why 2020 Is a Make-or-Break Year for China
February 13, 2015
Why 2020 Is a Make-or-Break Year for China
The deadline for China's first "centenary goal" will test the political legitimacy of the CCP.
Why 2020 Is a Make-or-Break Year for China
Why Should Xi Jinping Get a Raise?
January 22, 2015
Why Should Xi Jinping Get a Raise?
China is increasing compensation for public sector employees to stem corruption.
Why Should Xi Jinping Get a Raise?
China's 4th Plenum: Rule of Law Under the Party
November 01, 2014
China's 4th Plenum: Rule of Law Under the Party
U.S. editors Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck are joined by Shannon Tiezzi to discuss China's fourth plenum.
China's 4th Plenum: Rule of Law Under the Party
8 Simple Rules for Saving the Chinese Communist Party
October 10, 2014
8 Simple Rules for Saving the Chinese Communist Party
In a major Party address, Xi outlines his vision for ensuring the survival of the CCP.
8 Simple Rules for Saving the Chinese Communist Party
50 Dead in Latest Xinjiang Violence
September 27, 2014
50 Dead in Latest Xinjiang Violence
Plus, what China learned from Russia, the militarization of the CCP, and the Sino-Indian border standoff. China links.
50 Dead in Latest Xinjiang Violence
Xi Jinping, China’s First 'Blogger'
September 12, 2014
Xi Jinping, China’s First 'Blogger'
A look at New Sayings From Zhejiang, a collection of Xi Jinping essays from 2003 to 2007.
Xi Jinping, China’s First 'Blogger'
China's 'Victory Day' Celebration
September 04, 2014
China's 'Victory Day' Celebration
How China remembers World War II has major implications on its relationship with modern-day Japan.
China's 'Victory Day' Celebration
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