Former Politburo member Sun Zhengcai stood trial for bribery in Tianjin on Thursday, the biggest...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 27, 2016
The 6th Plenum of the 18th Party Central Committee concluded on Thursday. After four days of...
by Scott Greene | Nov 11, 2011
Yawei Liu of The Jamestown Foundation examines the “innovations” of Chongqing’s Bo Xilai and the public brinksmanship between himself and Guangdong’s Yang Wang as both maneuver for a seat on the CCP...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 21, 2011
Leaked diplomatic cables from late 2007, newly released by Wikileaks, shed some light on the processes by which next year’s leadership succession was determined, as well as some juicier though perhaps less substantial...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 24, 2011
The Financial Times describes the opaque process by which national leaders in China are selected and approved, and how the necessary appeasement of special interests suppresses reform. Even now, outsiders cannot discount the...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 31, 2007
“Elderly dynamos” who retain power in their companies – even after they’ve hit their 80s or 90s – are at the center of this article from Business Week: In his eight decades in the media business, Sir Run Run Shaw has built the Chinese-speaking world’s most successful film and TV empire. He was co-founder of […]
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