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China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Tigers, Flies, and Everything in Between
May 12, 2022

China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Tigers, Flies, and Everything in Between

By Rahul Karan Reddy
Since Xi Jinping took office, his anti-corruption efforts have expanded beyond the confines of the CCP itself.

The Complexities of China’s Struggle For Justice  
May 12, 2022

The Complexities of China’s Struggle For Justice  

By Jerome A. Cohen and Chi Yin
A campaign against organized crime highlights the risks of China’s approach to law and order – but also reveals how Chinese experts continue to push for a better system.
China’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ Anti-corruption Campaign Snares Former Hangzhou Party Secretary
February 01, 2022

China’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ Anti-corruption Campaign Snares Former Hangzhou Party Secretary

By Jesse Turland
Zhou Jiangyong was judged to have facilitated the “disorderly expansion of capital,” which some are interpreting as a warning sign for Alibaba’s Jack Ma.

What Recent Promotions Tells Us About the ‘New Normal’ in China’s Military
August 30, 2019

What Recent Promotions Tells Us About the ‘New Normal’ in China’s Military

By Ying Yu Lin
After uncertainty caused by reform and anti-corruption, the PLA’s personnel management is returning to normal patterns.

What Are China's High Rollers Doing in Australia?
August 05, 2019

What Are China's High Rollers Doing in Australia?

By Joshua Mcdonald
A recent expose explores the nexus between an Australian casino, Asian organized crime, and Chinese elites.

China's Former Internet Czar Lu Wei Pleads Guilty to Bribery
October 19, 2018

China's Former Internet Czar Lu Wei Pleads Guilty to Bribery

By Charlotte Gao
Lu is charged with accepting money and property worth more than $4.6 million.

Abrupt Detention of Meng Hongwei Further Damages China's International Reputation
October 09, 2018

Abrupt Detention of Meng Hongwei Further Damages China's International Reputation

By Charlotte Gao
Meng, like all other Chinese citizens, deserves procedural justice, one core value of the rule of law which China often ignores.
China Quietly Detains Interpol President Meng Hongwei
October 08, 2018

China Quietly Detains Interpol President Meng Hongwei

By Charlotte Gao
After a press conference by his wife and Interpol’s formal request, Chinese authorities finally revealed Meng’s whereabouts.

Anbang’s Founder on Trial: Did He Plead Guilty or Not?
March 29, 2018

Anbang’s Founder on Trial: Did He Plead Guilty or Not?

By Charlotte Gao
The court transcript showed that Wu Xiaohui contested all charges at first, but “expressed remorse for his crime” in the end.

The Expected and Unexpected of China's Government Appointments
March 19, 2018

The Expected and Unexpected of China's Government Appointments

By Charlotte Gao
Wang Qishan, Yang Xiaodu, and the prospects for  the next phase of China’s anti-corruption campaign.

China’s Military Backs Proposed Constitutional Amendments
March 02, 2018

China’s Military Backs Proposed Constitutional Amendments

By Adam Ni
The military comes out in support of the changes, which would allow Xi to hold the presidency indefinitely.
Chinese Government Takes Over Anbang; Founder Faces Prosecution
February 23, 2018

Chinese Government Takes Over Anbang; Founder Faces Prosecution

By Charlotte Gao
The Chinese insurance conglomerate that purchased the Waldorf hotel is floundering.

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