Wang Lijun

July 25, 2017

Chongqing Vows to Support the Central Committee's Decision on Sun Zhengcai

By Charlotte Gao
Hours after the announcement that Sun is under investigation, Chongqing stated its resolution to uphold central authority.

June 16, 2015

In China, Today's Heroes Are Tomorrow's Villains

By Bo Zhiyue
In Chongqing, a strange cycle of police heroes turned captured criminals has been playing out.
September 03, 2014

China Running out of Room in 'Luxury Prisons' for Corrupt Officials

By Shannon Tiezzi
Special prisons for high-ranking Party officials are filling up fast thanks to Xi's anti-corruption crackdown.

September 22, 2013

The Bo Xilai Verdict: Everybody Wins

Bo was given a life sentence on Sunday, ending a trial that pleased the defendant, CCP and Chinese public.

August 25, 2013

Bo Xilai: A Poor Test of Rule of Law in China

The process and outcome of Bo Xilai’s trial is not a good case to judge the CCP’s commitment to rule of law.

June 26, 2013

Spoilers & Great Power Politics: US-China Edition

Incidences like Chen Guangcheng and Snowden underscore the danger of individuals disrupting US-China ties.

February 26, 2013

The Bo Xilai Saga Continues

According to a Reuters report, Bo is causing Chinese officials nearly as much trouble in detention as he was causing them in power.

March 16, 2012

What Happened to Bo Xilai?

The firing Bo Xilai was a surprise to many. Was he punished for getting too far outside the mainstream?

February 12, 2012

China's Police Chief Mystery

The apparent detention of Chongqing Police Chief Wang Lijun is a blow to populist politician Bo Xilai. And could be a sign of where China is headed.

Page 1 of 1