What the PLA Rocket Force Shakeup Means for Taiwan
By Eric Gomez
Although China’s military has made big strides in a short period of time, it faces persistent challenges such as corruption that hinder both its ability to reform and its ability to effectively fight wars.
Beijing’s Bid to Overhaul China’s Tech-Finance Nexus
By Dan Macklin
Will reforms and crackdowns help to advance China’s core technology capabilities?
China’s Top Disciplinary Body Moves Against Ex-Security Officials Fu Zhenghua, Sun Lijun
By Jesse Turland
Under Xi Jinping it has become the norm for the Chinese Communist Party’s key anti-corruption body to oust senior public security officials who are disloyal or disliked.
Critic of Chinese Leader Sentenced to 18 Years in Graft Case
By Associated Press
Real estate mogul Ren Zhiqiang had been outspoken on issues from censorship to COVID-19. Now he’s in prison on corruption charges.
The Only Way to End Corruption in Laos
By David Hutt
A true elimination of the problem will only come with broader political change in the country.
The Trouble With China’s War on Pollution
By Chris Zhang
Enforcement remains a major problem.
China’s Architectural Crackdown
By Jonathan Hall-Eastman
China's government is cracking down on “bizarre architecture.”
The 2015 Numbers for China’s War Against Corruption: The Tigers
By Adam Bartley
It was a busy year for China’s corruption crackdown. Expect more of the same this year.
China's National Bureau of Statistics Chief Falls Under Corruption Probe
By Bo Zhiyue
Wang Bao'an, the man responsible for China's national GDP growth figures, is under investigation for corruption.
China Vows to Keep up Anti-Corruption Efforts in 2016
By Shannon Tiezzi
CCDI head Wang Qishan is targeting 3 types of officials for scrutiny in 2016.
China: 2014 Year in Review
By Edited by Asif Farooq and Scott McKnight
A look back on the key trends and events for the past 12 months.
Multinationals in China Feel the Heat
By Sara Hsu
Chinese government crackdowns may accelerate a trend that is seeing foreign firms move production elsewhere.