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China’s Anti-Graft Campaign: 527,000 People Punished in 2017
January 12, 2018
China’s Anti-Graft Campaign: 527,000 People Punished in 2017
Xi Jinping continues to focus on loyalty above honesty, however.
China’s Anti-Graft Campaign: 527,000 People Punished in 2017
China Plans to Amend Its Constitution
December 28, 2017
China Plans to Amend Its Constitution
The Chinese Communist Party is determined to establish the National Supervision Commission, despite strong opposition.
China Plans to Amend Its Constitution
China’s Former Internet Czar Lu Wei Under Investigation
November 22, 2017
China’s Former Internet Czar Lu Wei Under Investigation
China’s top anti-corruption agency says Lu is suspected of “serious violations of discipline.”
China’s Former Internet Czar Lu Wei Under Investigation
Is It OK for Communist Party Members to Visit Temples?
October 05, 2017
Is It OK for Communist Party Members to Visit Temples?
China’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection says it depends.
Is It OK for Communist Party Members to Visit Temples?
A Closer Look at the Downfall of Sun Zhengcai
October 02, 2017
A Closer Look at the Downfall of Sun Zhengcai
The Chinese Communist Party rushes to expel former Chongqing party leader Sun Zhengcai ahead of National Day.
A Closer Look at the Downfall of Sun Zhengcai
Chongqing Vows to Support the Central Committee's Decision on Sun Zhengcai
July 25, 2017
Chongqing Vows to Support the Central Committee's Decision on Sun Zhengcai
Hours after the announcement that Sun is under investigation, Chongqing stated its resolution to uphold central authority.
Chongqing Vows to Support the Central Committee's Decision on Sun Zhengcai
Chinese Politician Sun Zhengcai Is Under Party Investigation
July 25, 2017
Chinese Politician Sun Zhengcai Is Under Party Investigation
Xinhua posted an extremely short statement saying Sun is "suspected of serious violations of discipline."
Chinese Politician Sun Zhengcai Is Under Party Investigation
Can China Finally Solve Its Corruption Problem?
October 29, 2016
Can China Finally Solve Its Corruption Problem?
The Party's sixth plenum was an attempt to do just that.
Can China Finally Solve Its Corruption Problem?
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
China Vows to Keep up Anti-Corruption Efforts in 2016
January 26, 2016
China Vows to Keep up Anti-Corruption Efforts in 2016
CCDI head Wang Qishan is targeting 3 types of officials for scrutiny in 2016.
China Vows to Keep up Anti-Corruption Efforts in 2016
China's Anti-Corruption Campaign Marches On
November 14, 2015
China's Anti-Corruption Campaign Marches On
Even corrupt officials are loudly voicing support for anti-corruption efforts.
China's Anti-Corruption Campaign Marches On
What to Expect at China's Upcoming Fifth Plenum
October 26, 2015
What to Expect at China's Upcoming Fifth Plenum
Chinese leaders prepare to gather to chart an economic path for the People's Republic through 2020.
What to Expect at China's Upcoming Fifth Plenum
A Dilemma for China's Corruption Fighters
May 26, 2015
A Dilemma for China's Corruption Fighters
The thorny question facing China's anti-corruption campaign: how far up the chain of command to go.
A Dilemma for China's Corruption Fighters
Is China's Anti-Corruption Campaign at Odds With the Rule of Law?
March 20, 2015
Is China's Anti-Corruption Campaign at Odds With the Rule of Law?
By detaining a NPC delegate, China's anti-corruption body appears to have violated the Constitution.
Is China's Anti-Corruption Campaign at Odds With the Rule of Law?
What ‘Tigers’ Will Fall to China's Anti-Corruption Campaign in 2015?
March 03, 2015
What ‘Tigers’ Will Fall to China's Anti-Corruption Campaign in 2015?
Previewing China's anti-corruption efforts in the Year of the Sheep.
What ‘Tigers’ Will Fall to China's Anti-Corruption Campaign in 2015?
China’s Anti-Corruption Org Seeks ‘Hidden Tigers’
February 27, 2015
China’s Anti-Corruption Org Seeks ‘Hidden Tigers’
Plus, China’s travel rush, legal reforms, the South China Sea, and China in the Middle East. Friday China links.
China’s Anti-Corruption Org Seeks ‘Hidden Tigers’
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