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CCP control in China

China Should Be Held to Account for Its Companies’ Labor Abuses Abroad

China Should Be Held to Account for Its Companies’ Labor Abuses Abroad

By Qiang Li
The CCP exerts significant control even over notionally private firms operating overseas. Sadly, Chinese citizens’ well-being seems to be the only area that that control does not penetrate.

Why China Doesn’t Have an Opposition Leader Like Navalny

Why China Doesn’t Have an Opposition Leader Like Navalny

By Yaqiu Wang
The popular Russian opposition leader has died in prison, but even his tragic career would have been impossible in China.
Xi Jinping’s Quest for Self-governance Without Democracy

Xi Jinping’s Quest for Self-governance Without Democracy

By Jonghyuk Lee
In the quest to ensure local accountability, elections are out; the “Fengqiao Experience” is in. 

‘To the Masses’: Decoding Xi Jinping’s Lunar New Year Visits

‘To the Masses’: Decoding Xi Jinping’s Lunar New Year Visits

By Zhuowen Li
Understanding Xi’s take on a longstanding CCP tradition: visiting ordinary citizens ahead of the holiday season.

Will China Move Toward a ‘War-Driven’ Economy?

Will China Move Toward a ‘War-Driven’ Economy?

By Kung Chan and He Jun
A full pivot to war preparations is unlikely, but China will continue to shift toward a fully centralized economy. 

What’s in the New Amendments to China’s State Secrets Law?

What’s in the New Amendments to China’s State Secrets Law?

By Anushka Saxena
China’s legislature is considering the first changes to the law since 2010.

The Political Aims of ‘Xi Jinping Thought’

The Political Aims of ‘Xi Jinping Thought’

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Steve Tsang and Olivia Cheung.
What Is the State of the Chinese State?

What Is the State of the Chinese State?

By Jamie Horsley
Pronouncements of its demise amid a strengthening of CCP control may be premature.

China’s Economy Might Be Down, But Don’t Expect Regime Collapse

China’s Economy Might Be Down, But Don’t Expect Regime Collapse

By Jinghao Zhou
Predicting the downfall of the CCP has been a longstanding pastime for some scholars.

The Party Rules: China’s New Central Science and Technology Commission

The Party Rules: China’s New Central Science and Technology Commission

By Charles Mok
The new commission is likely to follow the path of the Cyberspace Administration of China.

Why China’s Stock Exchange Creates a Headache the Chinese Communist Party

Why China’s Stock Exchange Creates a Headache the Chinese Communist Party

By Thiago de Aragao
With investors souring on real estate, stocks are now the investment destination of choice – and they increasingly provide a barometer of public confidence in China’s future.
How China’s Government Outsources Repression

How China’s Government Outsources Repression

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Lynette H. Ong.

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