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The Long Reach of Hu Yaobang
April 25, 2018

The Long Reach of Hu Yaobang

By Bonnie Girard
China's famous political reformer ironically helped pave the way for Xi's current crackdown on dissent.

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.
Can China's Great Show of Unity Last?
March 28, 2018

Can China's Great Show of Unity Last?

By Kerry Brown
The CCP is moving full steam ahead toward its 100th anniversary. But what happens after 2021?

China and the Fear of Failure
December 19, 2016

China and the Fear of Failure

By Kerry Brown
China's system is not designed to acknowledge the reality of failure.

Can China Finally Solve Its Corruption Problem?
October 29, 2016

Can China Finally Solve Its Corruption Problem?

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Party's sixth plenum was an attempt to do just that.

David Shambaugh on China's Future
May 17, 2016

David Shambaugh on China's Future

By Shannon Tiezzi
An interview with David Shambaugh on the possible paths China can take.

Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement, One Year Later
September 24, 2015

Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement, One Year Later

By Su-Mei Ooi and Megan Day
A year on, what can we learn from Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement?
Why Should China Embrace 'Universal Values'?
June 16, 2015

Why Should China Embrace 'Universal Values'?

By Jin Kai
An argument for "universal values" with Chinese characteristics.

Will China’s Reforms Succeed?
May 06, 2015

Will China’s Reforms Succeed?

By Shannon Tiezzi
China's leaders remain confident, but some Chinese economists aren't so sure.

China's Democracy Challenge
September 16, 2014

China's Democracy Challenge

By Zheng Wang
Xi Jinping should follow in the footsteps of Chiang Ching-kuo, not Putin, Mao, or even Deng.

What Happened to China’s Liberals?
September 15, 2014

What Happened to China’s Liberals?

By Kerry Brown
Missteps by the world's democracies have forced China's closeted liberals to lay low.
Tiananmen Square 25 Years On: Dealing With Discontent
June 04, 2014

Tiananmen Square 25 Years On: Dealing With Discontent

By Tim Robertson
Chinese are certainly richer, but can prosperity alone eradicate the roots of public discontent?

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