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Can Imran Khan Really End Corruption in Pakistan?
May 21, 2019

Can Imran Khan Really End Corruption in Pakistan?

By Zara Qaiser and Alfred M. Wu
As Pakistan fights to curtail corruption, the government can look toward China and India for anti-corruption policies.

After Xi's Visit to France, Chinese Communist Party Expels Former Interpol Chief
March 28, 2019

After Xi's Visit to France, Chinese Communist Party Expels Former Interpol Chief

By Charlotte Gao
Meng Hongwei, the former president of Lyon, France-based Interpol, will face prosecution soon.
‘Double-Faced’ Lu Wei Jailed for 14 Years for Bribery
March 27, 2019

‘Double-Faced’ Lu Wei Jailed for 14 Years for Bribery

By Charlotte Gao
China's former internet czar accepted the judgment in court and said he would not appeal.

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.

Former Top General Fang Fenghui Jailed for Life for Bribery
February 21, 2019

Former Top General Fang Fenghui Jailed for Life for Bribery

By Charlotte Gao
But the Chinese authorities intentionally avoided significant details of Feng's case.

The Common Goal of Donald Trump and Xi Jinping: ‘Drain The Swamp’
November 01, 2018

The Common Goal of Donald Trump and Xi Jinping: ‘Drain The Swamp’

By Bonnie Girard
Could an anti-corruption mission provide the common ground Trump and Xi need to break the trade deadlock?

Chinese Communist Party Expels 2 Former Top Generals
October 16, 2018

Chinese Communist Party Expels 2 Former Top Generals

By Charlotte Gao
Both fallen generals (one of whom already committed suicide) were accused of “being two-faced” and “disloyal to the Party.”
Meng Hongwei and the Rule of Law With Chinese Characteristics
October 09, 2018

Meng Hongwei and the Rule of Law With Chinese Characteristics

By Bonnie Girard
The former Interpol chief is the latest example of China’s problematic justice system.

China’s Former Top Insurance Regulator Pleads Guilty to Bribery
June 15, 2018

China’s Former Top Insurance Regulator Pleads Guilty to Bribery

By Charlotte Gao
China vows to maintain high pressure on corruption and keep hunting corrupt “foxes.”

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.

The China Challenge to Churchill Downs
May 09, 2018

The China Challenge to Churchill Downs

By Bonnie Girard
Justify wins; transparency and accountability lose.
Carl Minzner on China's Post-Reform Era
April 04, 2018

Carl Minzner on China's Post-Reform Era

By Shannon Tiezzi
Discussing one-man rule, the re-Partyization of the bureaucracy, and the end of China's reform era.

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