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.
China’s Draft Criminal Law Amendment Eyes Corruption in Private Firms
By Anushka Saxena
New draft amendments propose to include private sector enterprises under the ambit of the Criminal Law’s anti-bribery and anti-corruption provisions.
Race to the Bottom: China and the Self-Defeating Logic of Transactional Diplomacy in the Americas
By R. Evan Ellis
The U.S. shouldn’t base its Latin America policy on trying to match China’s actions in the region.
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?
The Case of Guo Wengui: How Anti-China ‘Fake News’ Thrives in the West
By Juan Alberto Ruiz Casado
Unscrupulous individuals who frame themselves as persecuted dissidents can easily deceive a media environment poised to believe any negative story about China.
Jiang Zemin’s Mixed Legacy
By Zhiqun Zhu
One can attribute many of China’s current achievements and problems to policies initiated during Jiang’s tenure.
Former Top Graft Buster at China’s Intelligence Ministry Indicted on Bribery Charges
By Associated Press
Liu Yanping is the latest in a series of high-level officials to fall before the upcoming Party Congress.
China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Tigers, Flies, and Everything in Between
By Rahul Karan Reddy
Since Xi Jinping took office, his anti-corruption efforts have expanded beyond the confines of the CCP itself.
The Complexities of China’s Struggle For Justice
By Jerome A. Cohen and Chi Yin
A campaign against organized crime highlights the risks of China’s approach to law and order – but also reveals how Chinese experts continue to push for a better system.
‘Red Roulette’: Tell-All Book Reveals the Dark Underbelly of China’s Gilded Age
By Lizzi C. Lee
Beneath Desmond Shum’s deeply personal memoir about corruption and wealth, we can glimpse the profound political and economic tectonic shifts that foreshadowed Xi Jinping’s second term of office.
Yuen Yuen Ang on Corruption and Growth in China
By Shannon Tiezzi
Chinese corruption actually fuels growth – but at a steep cost.
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.