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China’s Military Parade, Civil-Military Relations and Army Unity
September 22, 2015

China’s Military Parade, Civil-Military Relations and Army Unity

By Ka Po Ng
The presence of generals in the formations was designed to send a message.
Can Kazakhstan Learn to Fight Corruption from China?
September 02, 2015

Can Kazakhstan Learn to Fight Corruption from China?

By Catherine Putz
Astana has big economic dreams and hopes to follow China's example in combating corruption.

Does China Have a Roadmap to Eliminate Corruption?
August 29, 2015

Does China Have a Roadmap to Eliminate Corruption?

By Yang Hengjun
What's really driving the fight against corruption?

China's State Media Tells Retired Officials to Stay Retired
August 12, 2015

China's State Media Tells Retired Officials to Stay Retired

By Shannon Tiezzi
The article from People's Daily seems to be a veiled reference to former leader Jiang Zemin.

Did China's Anti-Corruption Fight Give the US an Intelligence Windfall?
August 08, 2015

Did China's Anti-Corruption Fight Give the US an Intelligence Windfall?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Ling Wancheng, the South China Sea, and Japan's take on history. Friday China links.
China's Anti-Corruption Fight Turns Toward Environmental Agency
August 05, 2015

China's Anti-Corruption Fight Turns Toward Environmental Agency

By chinadialogue
With the investigation of a vice minister, China gets serious about holding environmental officials accountable.

China Celebrates Its Olympic Victory
July 31, 2015

China Celebrates Its Olympic Victory

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, anti-corruption continues, Chinese loggers freed, and the "why" of China's island-building. Friday China links.
Guo Boxiong, Jiang Zemin, and the Corruption of the Chinese Military
July 31, 2015

Guo Boxiong, Jiang Zemin, and the Corruption of the Chinese Military

By Bo Zhiyue
If two of the most powerful military leaders in the past 16 years are corrupt, who in the Chinese military is not?

With Latest Ouster, China Steps Up Fight Against Military Corruption
July 31, 2015

With Latest Ouster, China Steps Up Fight Against Military Corruption

By Shannon Tiezzi
After months of speculation, General Guo Boxiong has been officially expelled from the CCP.

Aide to China's Former President Expelled From Party, to Face Trial
July 20, 2015

Aide to China's Former President Expelled From Party, to Face Trial

By Shannon Tiezzi
It's official: Ling Jihua has been expelled from the Party for "serious discipline violations."

The Legacy of a Fallen Chinese Politician
July 13, 2015

The Legacy of a Fallen Chinese Politician

By Bo Zhiyue
What lesson did China's politicians learn from the downfall of Bo Xilai?
China's Anti-Corruption Campaign Enters Phase Two
July 02, 2015

China's Anti-Corruption Campaign Enters Phase Two

By Dingding Chen
The second phase of Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign will require an intensification of legal efforts.

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