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China's Former Internet Czar Lu Wei: A ‘Shameless,’ ‘Extremely Disloyal,’ ‘Double-faced Man’?
February 14, 2018

China's Former Internet Czar Lu Wei: A ‘Shameless,’ ‘Extremely Disloyal,’ ‘Double-faced Man’?

By Charlotte Gao
Lu Wei has been expelled from the Chinese Communist Party, dismissed from public office, and publicly shamed by media.
Sun Zhengcai Charged With Bribery
February 13, 2018

Sun Zhengcai Charged With Bribery

By Charlotte Gao
The indictment shows that Sun had been taking advantage of his posts to seek profits for years.

The Ideology Behind China’s Fast-Changing Military
January 24, 2018

The Ideology Behind China’s Fast-Changing Military

By Zi Yang
Understanding the motivations behind reforms helps us project what's next for the PLA.

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.

Why General Fang Fenghui Was Purged
January 14, 2018

Why General Fang Fenghui Was Purged

By Don Tse
Fang, the former chief of joint staff, has close ties to disgraced top generals who are accused of attempting a coup.
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.

The Mysterious Death of a Chinese General
December 28, 2017

The Mysterious Death of a Chinese General

By Don Tse
What Zhang Yang’s suicide reveals about Xi Jinping’s political situation.
Where Is China's Corruption Crackdown?
July 21, 2017

Where Is China's Corruption Crackdown?

By Chris Zhang
The campaign continues despite a somewhat rocky road.

What's the End Game for Xi Jinping's Political Moves?
February 02, 2017

What's the End Game for Xi Jinping's Political Moves?

By Cal Wong
What political maneuvering does Xi Jinping have planned ahead of the next Party Congress?

The Pitfalls of Law Enforcement Cooperation With China
January 21, 2017

The Pitfalls of Law Enforcement Cooperation With China

By Thomas Eder and Bertram Lang
Europe's police and judicial cooperation with China raises difficult questions, especially with regard to extradition.

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.
How China's Anti-Corruption Intersects With the South China Sea
August 02, 2016

How China's Anti-Corruption Intersects With the South China Sea

By David Volodzko
Xi Jinping has tightened his control over every sector of China. Now, what will he do with that power?

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