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China’s Top Anti-Corruption Organ Declares Safeguarding Xi's Status Its Top Priority
February 23, 2019

China’s Top Anti-Corruption Organ Declares Safeguarding Xi's Status Its Top Priority

By Charlotte Gao
Both the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the new National Supervisory Commission are first and foremost political organs.

What’s So Controversial About China’s New Anti-Corruption Body?
May 30, 2018

What’s So Controversial About China’s New Anti-Corruption Body?

By Jamie P. Horsley
Digging into the National Supervision Commission.
Chinese Communist Party to 'Resolutely' Exclude 'Janus-Faced' Members
January 16, 2018

Chinese Communist Party to 'Resolutely' Exclude 'Janus-Faced' Members

By Charlotte Gao
The CCDI vows to safeguard Xi Jinping's core status and exclude disloyal and dishonest Party members.

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

By Charlotte Gao
Xi Jinping continues to focus on loyalty above honesty, however.

A Closer Look at the Downfall of Sun Zhengcai
October 02, 2017

A Closer Look at the Downfall of Sun Zhengcai

By Charlotte Gao
The Chinese Communist Party rushes to expel former Chongqing party leader Sun Zhengcai ahead of National Day.

Chinese Politician Sun Zhengcai Is Under Party Investigation
July 25, 2017

Chinese Politician Sun Zhengcai Is Under Party Investigation

By Charlotte Gao
Xinhua posted an extremely short statement saying Sun is "suspected of serious violations of discipline."

Can China Finally Solve Its Corruption Problem?
October 29, 2016

Can China Finally Solve Its Corruption Problem?

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Party's sixth plenum was an attempt to do just that.
Chinese Communist Party Education: Now New and Improved
May 13, 2016

Chinese Communist Party Education: Now New and Improved

By David Gitter
The CCP is using a two-pronged approach to ensure discipline among its cadres.

China's Anti-Corruption Campaign Marches On
November 14, 2015

China's Anti-Corruption Campaign Marches On

By Bo Zhiyue
Even corrupt officials are loudly voicing support for anti-corruption efforts.

Another Hu Jintao Ally Investigated for Graft
June 27, 2014

Another Hu Jintao Ally Investigated for Graft

By Zachary Keck
China’s anti-graft agency announced that Wan Qingliang, party chief of Guangzhou, is being investigated for graft.

Top Chinese Think-Tank Accused of 'Collusion' With 'Foreign Forces'
June 18, 2014

Top Chinese Think-Tank Accused of 'Collusion' With 'Foreign Forces'

By Shannon Tiezzi
Criticisms of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences are part of Xi Jinping's new emphasis on ideological purity.
The Bo Xilai Verdict: Everybody Wins
September 22, 2013

The Bo Xilai Verdict: Everybody Wins

Bo was given a life sentence on Sunday, ending a trial that pleased the defendant, CCP and Chinese public.

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