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Xi Stresses the Party's Absolute Leadership Over Political and Legal Work
January 23, 2018

Xi Stresses the Party's Absolute Leadership Over Political and Legal Work

By Charlotte Gao
A closer look at the current complicated situation of China's political and legal system.

How Were China's Top Leaders Selected?
October 26, 2017

How Were China's Top Leaders Selected?

By Charlotte Gao
China’s state media says the candidates have to meet four criteria.  
The 2015 Numbers for China’s War Against Corruption: The Tigers
January 29, 2016

The 2015 Numbers for China’s War Against Corruption: The Tigers

By Adam Bartley
It was a busy year for China’s corruption crackdown. Expect more of the same this year.

The Downfall of Su Shulin and Its Implications for Chinese Politics
October 13, 2015

The Downfall of Su Shulin and Its Implications for Chinese Politics

By Bo Zhiyue
The downfall of a rising political star sends a strong message to other provincial governors in China.

China and FIFA: Parallel Worlds of Corruption
June 16, 2015

China and FIFA: Parallel Worlds of Corruption

By Kerry Brown
FIFA and the Chinese Communist Party have handled allegations of top-level corruption quite differently.

The Trial of Zhou Yongkang and China's Rule of Law
June 15, 2015

The Trial of Zhou Yongkang and China's Rule of Law

By Bo Zhiyue
The closed-door trial is a missed opportunity for judicial transparency and the rule of law in China.

China's Potential Trial of the Century Over Before It Begins
June 11, 2015

China's Potential Trial of the Century Over Before It Begins

By Shannon Tiezzi
Zhou Yongkang was sentenced to life in prison before the public even knew the trial was underway.
The Trial of Zhou Yongkang: How to Flog a ‘Dead’ Tiger?
May 06, 2015

The Trial of Zhou Yongkang: How to Flog a ‘Dead’ Tiger?

By James Char
Given the political sensitivities involved, Zhou’s trial is expected to be a tightly choreographed affair.

China Takes Down Sinopec's No. 2
April 29, 2015

China Takes Down Sinopec's No. 2

By Shannon Tiezzi
With Wang Tianpu's fall, the campaign against corruption in SOEs is gathering steam

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.

The Real History of the South China Sea Disputes
April 18, 2015

The Real History of the South China Sea Disputes

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, new details on Zhou Yongkang's crimes and another look at China's ghost cities. Friday China links.
Were China's Corrupt Officials Plotting a Coup?
April 13, 2015

Were China's Corrupt Officials Plotting a Coup?

By Bo Zhiyue
Rumors of a new "Gang of Four" in China are not based on solid evidence.

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