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Is Indonesia Losing Its War on Corruption Under Jokowi?
September 20, 2019

Is Indonesia Losing Its War on Corruption Under Jokowi?

By Erin Cook
Recent developments have heightened concerns about the progress on anti-corruption in the country.

China’s Former Internet Czar Lu Wei Under Investigation
November 22, 2017

China’s Former Internet Czar Lu Wei Under Investigation

By Charlotte Gao
China’s top anti-corruption agency says Lu is suspected of “serious violations of discipline.”
Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission Law Weathers the Storm, For Now
September 07, 2017

Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission Law Weathers the Storm, For Now

By Maxwell Abbott
The commission has won international praise, but faces challenges at home.

Is Anbang Under Pressure to Sell Waldorf Hotel?
August 02, 2017

Is Anbang Under Pressure to Sell Waldorf Hotel?

By Charlotte Gao
Bloomberg reports that Chinese authorities have asked Anbang to sell overseas assets;  Anbang denies.

Is Tajikistan Really Clearing Corruption From the Anti-Corruption Agency?
August 01, 2017

Is Tajikistan Really Clearing Corruption From the Anti-Corruption Agency?

By Catherine Putz
Not quite.

Did China Really Test a MIRV-Capable ICBM Near the South China Sea?
April 23, 2016

Did China Really Test a MIRV-Capable ICBM Near the South China Sea?

By Ankit Panda
Plus, India-China relations, India-Pakistan SLBM woes, and anti-corruption in the Pakistani military.

Central Asia Fails on Rights and Corruption
January 28, 2016

Central Asia Fails on Rights and Corruption

By Catherine Putz
Reports released this week have no good news about combating corruption or addressing human rights issues in Central Asia
Massive Kazakh Corruption Case Targets 21 Former Officials
September 10, 2015

Massive Kazakh Corruption Case Targets 21 Former Officials

By Catherine Putz
Former Prime Minister Serik Akhmetov is at the center of Kazakhstan's still-expanding Karaganda corruption scandal.

Nepotism: Not the Kind of Corruption Tajikistan is Looking For
June 15, 2015

Nepotism: Not the Kind of Corruption Tajikistan is Looking For

By Catherine Putz
The state anticorruption agency, which is headed by the president's son, recently arrested a presidential personnel adviser.

China’s Corruption Problem: A Catch-22
August 19, 2014

China’s Corruption Problem: A Catch-22

By Zachary Keck
Not tackling corruption could destroy the CCP, but being too vigilant also threatens the Party.

CCP Changes its Recruitment Policy
June 12, 2014

CCP Changes its Recruitment Policy

By Shannon Tiezzi
The new rules for CCP recruitment will give the central authorities more control over the Party.
China’s Former Leaders Tell Xi To Halt Anti-Corruption Campaign
April 04, 2014

China’s Former Leaders Tell Xi To Halt Anti-Corruption Campaign

By Zachary Keck
Former Presidents Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao are reportedly pushing for an end to Xi Jinping's anti-graft campaign.

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