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Meet the Architect of China's Economic Policies
September 14, 2015

Meet the Architect of China's Economic Policies

By Bo Zhiyue
What you need to know about Liu He, Xi Jinping's top economic advisor.
How Foreign Analysis of China's Military Parade Missed the Point
September 10, 2015

How Foreign Analysis of China's Military Parade Missed the Point

By Zheng Wang
Most outside analysis of China's parade was surprisingly sensationalized, superficial, and over-interpreted.

Why China's 'Retired' Leaders Don't Leave Quietly
September 10, 2015

Why China's 'Retired' Leaders Don't Leave Quietly

By Yang Hengjun
Unlimited power and little supervision encourage officials to seek to influence politics long after they retire.

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?

Is This Man China's Next Leader?
August 03, 2015

Is This Man China's Next Leader?

By Bo Zhiyue
The rise of a Zhejiang clique is good news for Chen Min'er, the new party secretary of Guizhou Province.
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."

Is China Returning to One-Man Rule?
June 29, 2015

Is China Returning to One-Man Rule?

By Kerry Brown
What happens if Xi Jinping wants to stay in power indefinitely?
Who Will Be Xi’s Number 2 on China’s Central Military Commission?
May 29, 2015

Who Will Be Xi’s Number 2 on China’s Central Military Commission?

By Bo Zhiyue
Gen. Fan Changlong is due to retire at the 19th Party Congress. Who will replace him as China's top military official?

In China, Xi Jinping's Shaanxi Clique on the Rise
May 08, 2015

In China, Xi Jinping's Shaanxi Clique on the Rise

By Bo Zhiyue
Politicians with ties to Shaanxi, Xi's home province, have fared well since Xi came to power.

The Rise of a New Tsinghua Clique in Chinese Politics
April 27, 2015

The Rise of a New Tsinghua Clique in Chinese Politics

By Bo Zhiyue
Three Tsinghua alums with strong ties to each other -- and to Xi Jinping -- are climbing the ranks in Chinese politics.

Zhou Yongkang’s Greatest Crime
April 21, 2015

Zhou Yongkang’s Greatest Crime

By Shannon Tiezzi
According to a Bloomberg report, Zhou spied on China's top leaders, including Xi Jinping.
What One New CCP Appointment Tells Us About Chinese Politics
April 20, 2015

What One New CCP Appointment Tells Us About Chinese Politics

By Bo Zhiyue
Wang Zhengwei's appointment as deputy head of the Central United Front Department is a sign of three ongoing trends.

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