Xi’s anti-corruption campaign is not over. Nine years after it first launched, the number of officials snared by central government investigators only continues to grow. The January execution of the once-powerful Party official...
by Josh Rudolph | Sep 2, 2016
In July, the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague ruled against China’s claims to...
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by Michael Zhao | Dec 31, 2007
Worsening ecological degradation in China’s wild west, rom Lanzhou Morning Post (兰州晨报), translated by CDT: Xihu National Nature Preserve (西湖国家级自然保护区) sits in between Dunhuang (敦煌), Gansu’s oasis town, and China’s sixth largest desert, the Kum-tagh (库姆塔格). The 660,000-hectare region is the only green belt that shields lands to the east from marching sands coming out […]
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