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Chinese Communist Party Launches Campaign Against Organized Crime
January 26, 2018
Chinese Communist Party Launches Campaign Against Organized Crime
The campaign seems to mainly target corrupt government officials at the grassroots level.
Chinese Communist Party Launches Campaign Against Organized Crime
Chinese President Demands 'Absolute Loyalty' From Military
November 07, 2017
Chinese President Demands 'Absolute Loyalty' From Military
Xi Jinping actively enhances his power in the military by emphasizing the CMC Chairman Responsibility System.
Chinese President Demands 'Absolute Loyalty' From Military
China and the Problem of Elites
November 08, 2016
China and the Problem of Elites
What does China's anti-elitism streak mean for the Communist Party?
China and the Problem of Elites
Xi Jinping's PLA Ambitions: Why Guo Boxiong Had to Go
April 07, 2016
Xi Jinping's PLA Ambitions: Why Guo Boxiong Had to Go
Guo Boxiong is the latest PLA 'tiger' to fall to Xi's anti-corruption campaign.
Xi Jinping's PLA Ambitions: Why Guo Boxiong Had to Go
Nepotism: Not the Kind of Corruption Tajikistan is Looking For
June 15, 2015
Nepotism: Not the Kind of Corruption Tajikistan is Looking For
The state anticorruption agency, which is headed by the president's son, recently arrested a presidential personnel adviser.
Nepotism: Not the Kind of Corruption Tajikistan is Looking For
Is China's 'Non-Interference' Here to Stay?
March 09, 2015
Is China's 'Non-Interference' Here to Stay?
Major General Huang Xing's alleged involvement in supporting Myanmar's Kokang rebels puts China in a tricky position.
Is China's 'Non-Interference' Here to Stay?
China’s Underground Banks Busted
November 22, 2014
China’s Underground Banks Busted
The crackdown is part of a broader anti-corruption campaign that is trying to control the illegal use of funds.
China’s Underground Banks Busted
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