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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 ‘Debt Diplomacy’ Is a Misnomer. Call It ‘Crony Diplomacy.’
March 12, 2019

China’s ‘Debt Diplomacy’ Is a Misnomer. Call It ‘Crony Diplomacy.’

By Mark Akpaninyie
The debt trap isn’t a national strategy. Instead, unchecked profit motive is driving Chinese firms to exploit poor nations.

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.

Huawei’s Future Hinges on Its Ability to Outgrow Its Past
February 02, 2019

Huawei’s Future Hinges on Its Ability to Outgrow Its Past

By Bonnie Girard
Huawei was shaped by its early environment: '80s and '90s Shenzhen, where political connections trumped any law.

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?

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.
HNA Group Chairman’s Sudden Death Stokes Conspiracy Theories
July 05, 2018

HNA Group Chairman’s Sudden Death Stokes Conspiracy Theories

By Charlotte Gao
Wang Jian reportedly died in an accident during a business trip in France.

How China Lost Sight of Malaysia’s Changes
June 16, 2018

How China Lost Sight of Malaysia’s Changes

By Peter T C Chang
China’s ethical missteps in Malaysia offer lessons for the Belt and Road.

Sentenced to 18 Years in Prison, Anbang’s Founder Appeals
June 01, 2018

Sentenced to 18 Years in Prison, Anbang’s Founder Appeals

By Charlotte Gao
Wu Xiaohui, once a high-profile Chinese tycoon, decides to fight to the end.

The China Challenge to Churchill Downs
May 09, 2018

The China Challenge to Churchill Downs

By Bonnie Girard
Justify wins; transparency and accountability lose.
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.

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