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China's New Moral Education Campaign
September 21, 2015
China's New Moral Education Campaign
As economic growth slows, China's leader are trying their hands at building moral (rather than economic) capital.
China's New Moral Education Campaign
Xi Jinping's Greatest Challenge
July 27, 2015
Xi Jinping's Greatest Challenge
It's not anti-corruption or the economy, but a deeper contradiction.
Xi Jinping's Greatest Challenge
China and the Question of 'Double Standards'
April 22, 2015
China and the Question of 'Double Standards'
The root cause of applying "double standards" to China lies with China itself.
China and the Question of 'Double Standards'
Who Opposes China's Reforms?
April 11, 2015
Who Opposes China's Reforms?
Certain groups are alienated by Beijing's reforms -- even groups that should logically be supportive of the effort.
Who Opposes China's Reforms?
Unity, Family, and Socialism: President Xi Offers Chinese New Year Greetings
February 19, 2015
Unity, Family, and Socialism: President Xi Offers Chinese New Year Greetings
By placing the family front and center, Xi is drawing a parallel with national unity.
Unity, Family, and Socialism: President Xi Offers Chinese New Year Greetings
Xi’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Moving China’s 'Cheese'
February 04, 2015
Xi’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Moving China’s 'Cheese'
The fight against corruption goes beyond arresting officials -- it will touch the lives of every Chinese person.
Xi’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Moving China’s 'Cheese'
Xi Jinping's Reforms: 'Mission Impossible'?
August 28, 2014
Xi Jinping's Reforms: 'Mission Impossible'?
The cynicism surrounding Xi's reforms are making a difficult task even harder.
Xi Jinping's Reforms: 'Mission Impossible'?
CCP Changes its Recruitment Policy
June 12, 2014
CCP Changes its Recruitment Policy
The new rules for CCP recruitment will give the central authorities more control over the Party.
CCP Changes its Recruitment Policy
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