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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
The commission has won international praise, but faces challenges at home.
Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission Law Weathers the Storm, For Now
Is Anbang Under Pressure to Sell Waldorf Hotel?
August 02, 2017
Is Anbang Under Pressure to Sell Waldorf Hotel?
Bloomberg reports that Chinese authorities have asked Anbang to sell overseas assets;  Anbang denies.
Is Anbang Under Pressure to Sell Waldorf Hotel?
Is Tajikistan Really Clearing Corruption From the Anti-Corruption Agency?
August 01, 2017
Is Tajikistan Really Clearing Corruption From the Anti-Corruption Agency?
Not quite.
Is Tajikistan Really Clearing Corruption From the Anti-Corruption Agency?
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?
Plus, India-China relations, India-Pakistan SLBM woes, and anti-corruption in the Pakistani military.
Did China Really Test a MIRV-Capable ICBM Near the South China Sea?
Central Asia Fails on Rights and Corruption
January 28, 2016
Central Asia Fails on Rights and Corruption
Reports released this week have no good news about combating corruption or addressing human rights issues in Central Asia
Central Asia Fails on Rights and Corruption
Massive Kazakh Corruption Case Targets 21 Former Officials
September 10, 2015
Massive Kazakh Corruption Case Targets 21 Former Officials
Former Prime Minister Serik Akhmetov is at the center of Kazakhstan's still-expanding Karaganda corruption scandal.
Massive Kazakh Corruption Case Targets 21 Former Officials
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
China’s Corruption Problem: A Catch-22
August 19, 2014
China’s Corruption Problem: A Catch-22
Not tackling corruption could destroy the CCP, but being too vigilant also threatens the Party.
China’s Corruption Problem: A Catch-22
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
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
Former Presidents Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao are reportedly pushing for an end to Xi Jinping's anti-graft campaign.
China’s Former Leaders Tell Xi To Halt Anti-Corruption Campaign
China's Goals for 2014
March 26, 2014
China's Goals for 2014
Dr. Kenneth Lieberthal on China's plans for economic reform, environmental clean-up, anti-corruption efforts and managing territorial disputes.
China's Goals for 2014
The Top Political Catchprases of 2013
December 31, 2013
The Top Political Catchprases of 2013
The top 6 political catchphrases from Xi Jinping's first year in office.
The Top Political Catchprases of 2013
In China's Corruption Fight, No Citizens Allowed
November 28, 2013
In China's Corruption Fight, No Citizens Allowed
China's fight against corruption picks up steam, but that doesn't mean whistleblowers are welcome.
In China's Corruption Fight, No Citizens Allowed
Why China’s New Rich Want to Emigrate
November 05, 2013
Why China’s New Rich Want to Emigrate
Two new surveys show that Chinese entrepreneurs are increasingly looking to live and invest abroad.
Why China’s New Rich Want to Emigrate
China Intensifies Crackdown on Social Media Rumors
September 03, 2013
China Intensifies Crackdown on Social Media Rumors
Weibo users are being arrested for spreading conspiracy theories, asking questions and mixing up statistics.
China Intensifies Crackdown on Social Media Rumors
Enough is Enough! Chinese Officials Must Declare Assets
August 28, 2013
Enough is Enough! Chinese Officials Must Declare Assets
Since 1987 the Chinese public has called for sunshine laws mandating that officials declare their property.
Enough is Enough! Chinese Officials Must Declare Assets
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