Central Party School

Loyalty to Xi Lies at Core of Public Security Purge

The New York Times’ Chris Buckley reports on a new campaign against corruption and disloyalty in China’s public security machinery: Officials in China’s law-and-order apparatus have been ordered to “drive the blade...

The Brains of the Party

The Economist’s Gady Epstein describes the increasingly diverse organs through which ideas...

Caution Over Possible Shift in Tibet Policy

Reports of a relaxation of anti-Dalai Lama policies in Sichuan, Qinghai and even the Tibetan Autonomous Region surfaced last week, only to be swiftly denied by both government and monastery officials. Tibetan writer Woeser added...

Is Tide Turning for Tibet Policy?

After a scholar at Beijing’s Central Party School called for a new approach to Tibet policy in an interview with a Hong Kong magazine, the Economist explored whether her ideas signal a shift in strategy among the Chinese...

Case of Suspended Editor Draws Interest Online

China Media Project’s David Bandurski rounds up online reactions to the suspension of Party journal editor Deng Yuwen. Deng says that his employer, the Central Party School, had received complaints from the Ministry of...

Editor Suspended for North Korea Article

The editor of a prominent Party journal has been suspended because of an op-ed he wrote for The Financial Times following Pyongyang’s defiant third nuclear test in February. From Jane Perlez at The New York Times: The...

Bo Xilai Trial May, May Not Start Monday

The South China Morning Post has poured lukewarm water on earlier reports, originating in state media, that the trial of fallen Chongqing Party Chief Bo Xilai will begin on Monday. When asked by reporters, a spokesman for...

Inside a Chinese Communist Party School

For Al Jazeera, Melissa Chan reports from the Central Party School in Beijing where she listens in on surprisingly freewheeling discussion: China’s ruling Communist Party’s 80 million members attend special schools...

China Communist Party Publicity Echoes Bryan Adams Hit

The Guardian reports on the first media tour of the Central Party School in Beijing: “[The purpose of] our party is to serve the people. We have nothing to hide,” said Chen Baosheng, vice president of the Central...

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