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Why China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Will Be Successful
July 03, 2014
Why China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Will Be Successful
They are catching both tigers and flies successfully, but to continue, they will need to be more institutionalized.
Why China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Will Be Successful
Another Hu Jintao Ally Investigated for Graft
June 27, 2014
Another Hu Jintao Ally Investigated for Graft
China’s anti-graft agency announced that Wan Qingliang, party chief of Guangzhou, is being investigated for graft.
Another Hu Jintao Ally Investigated for Graft
Why Do China's Reforms All Fail?
May 30, 2014
Why Do China's Reforms All Fail?
Throughout history, Chinese reformers have fallen short and met grisly ends. Why did they always fail?
Why Do China's Reforms All Fail?
China Reveals Members of New Leading Group on Reform
January 24, 2014
China Reveals Members of New Leading Group on Reform
The leading group tasked with overseeing economic reform in China met for the first time on Wednesday.
China Reveals Members of New Leading Group on Reform
Is Li Keqiang Being Marginalized?
January 07, 2014
Is Li Keqiang Being Marginalized?
Xi's consolidation of power is coming at the expense of China's premier.
Is Li Keqiang Being Marginalized?
Why Does the CCP Fear Taxi Rides?
April 23, 2013
Why Does the CCP Fear Taxi Rides?
An interesting tale — and the reaction to it — may be a sign that Xi has hit the limits of self-promotion for a Chinese president.
Why Does the CCP Fear Taxi Rides?
China’s Thatcher Moment?
April 16, 2013
China’s Thatcher Moment?
“Thatcher’s privatization of powerful but inefficient state owned enterprises has great relevance for Chinese leaders today.”
China’s Thatcher Moment?
Little Hu's Guangdong Blues
March 16, 2013
Little Hu's Guangdong Blues
China’s potential future leader is off to a rough start in his new post as party chief of the southern coastal province.
Little Hu's Guangdong Blues
The Myth of Xi Jinping’s “New” Leadership
February 06, 2013
The Myth of Xi Jinping’s “New” Leadership
World leaders may have missed an important window in forging personal relationships with Xi Jinping.
The Myth of Xi Jinping’s “New” Leadership
Breaking Down Xi Jinping
February 02, 2013
Breaking Down Xi Jinping
A recent foreign policy address by China’s new leader has many talking. David Cohen gives us his take.
Breaking Down Xi Jinping
June 22, 2011
China and Political Rock Stars
What the rise of populist Bo Xilai might say about China’s politics, nationalism and future foreign policy making.
China and Political Rock Stars
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