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China’s Foreign Ministry Defends the CCP’s Proposed Constitutional Amendment
February 27, 2018
China’s Foreign Ministry Defends the CCP’s Proposed Constitutional Amendment
China's government continues to forestall criticism at home and abroad.
China’s Foreign Ministry Defends the CCP’s Proposed Constitutional Amendment
How to Respond to Beijing’s Growing Influence Abroad
February 27, 2018
How to Respond to Beijing’s Growing Influence Abroad
The events of the past month suggest several ways to counter antidemocratic pressure from China’s government.
How to Respond to Beijing’s Growing Influence Abroad
Europe Ponders How to Curb China's High-Tech Buying Spree
February 16, 2018
Europe Ponders How to Curb China's High-Tech Buying Spree
Struggling to reconcile stark differences, the Commission’s push to level the playing field is unlikely to make a dent.
Europe Ponders How to Curb China's High-Tech Buying Spree
While Law Unpassed, Provincial Supervision Commissions Already Established in China
February 01, 2018
While Law Unpassed, Provincial Supervision Commissions Already Established in China
Directors of all the provincial-level supervision commissions have already been appointed.
While Law Unpassed, Provincial Supervision Commissions Already Established in China
Wang Qishan Returns to China’s Political Stage
January 30, 2018
Wang Qishan Returns to China’s Political Stage
China’s former anti-corruption czar is rumored to be the next vice president.
Wang Qishan Returns to China’s Political Stage
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
China to Add Xi Jinping Thought and National Supervision System to Constitution
January 22, 2018
China to Add Xi Jinping Thought and National Supervision System to Constitution
Xinhua makes it clear that it’s the Chinese Communist Party’s decision.
China to Add Xi Jinping Thought and National Supervision System to Constitution
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 Top Procuratorate Opens Criminal Case Against Sun Zhengcai
December 14, 2017
China’s Top Procuratorate Opens Criminal Case Against Sun Zhengcai
Former Chongqing Party leader Sun Zhengcai has been under CCP investigation for five months.
China’s Top Procuratorate Opens Criminal Case Against Sun Zhengcai
The Complicated China-Vatican Relationship Moves Forward
December 05, 2017
The Complicated China-Vatican Relationship Moves Forward
Both sides express willingness to improve bilateral relations despite sporadic unfriendly gestures.
The Complicated China-Vatican Relationship Moves Forward
For the First Time, Chinese Communist Party to Hold a World Political Parties Dialogue
November 29, 2017
For the First Time, Chinese Communist Party to Hold a World Political Parties Dialogue
Chinese Communist Party aims to have a louder voice in the international sphere
For the First Time, Chinese Communist Party to Hold a World Political Parties Dialogue
South Korean Foreign Minister to Visit Beijing After China Envoy's North Korea Visit
November 21, 2017
South Korean Foreign Minister to Visit Beijing After China Envoy's North Korea Visit
China’s special envoy just wrapped up his visit to North Korea.
South Korean Foreign Minister to Visit Beijing After China Envoy's North Korea Visit
China to Send Special Envoy to North Korea
November 16, 2017
China to Send Special Envoy to North Korea
China says the main task of the envoy is to give North Korea a briefing on China’s 19th Party Congress.
China to Send Special Envoy to North Korea
Can Red China Really Be the World’s New Green Leader?
November 15, 2017
Can Red China Really Be the World’s New Green Leader?
In the absence of U.S. leadership, Beijing’s policies on climate change are likely to set the global agenda.
Can Red China Really Be the World’s New Green Leader?
Is China Bidding Farewell to Separation of Party and Government?
November 08, 2017
Is China Bidding Farewell to Separation of Party and Government?
China’s former anti-graft czar Wang Qishan blames separation of party and government for undermining CCP leadership.
Is China Bidding Farewell to Separation of Party and Government?
Chinese Premier to Visit the Philippines to Strengthen Ties
November 07, 2017
Chinese Premier to Visit the Philippines to Strengthen Ties
Li Keqiang will be the first Chinese premier in ten years to visit the Philippines.
Chinese Premier to Visit the Philippines to Strengthen Ties
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