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Elder Party Cadre in Exile Suggests That Former Leader Jiang Zemin May Be Arrested
Centenarian Xu Jiatun praises Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign, and calls for bigger arrests.
May 30, 2016
Former Chinese Premier Defends Himself in Letter
Wen Jiabao, China’s retired premier, is trying to clear his name.
January 20, 2014
Bloomberg and New York Times Served Notice by China’s Leadership
The withholding of residency visas for reporters from Bloomberg News and The New York Times (NYT) can be ...
December 19, 2013
Reform of China’s Bloated State Sector Underway
Hu Jintao also mentioned government reform in his report during the 18th National Party Congress in November. It ...
January 30, 2013
Mourners Honor Former Chinese Leader Zhao Ziyang
Eight years after the death of Zhao Ziyang, the former Chinese leader was commemorated after hundreds of mourners ...
January 19, 2013
New Party Leadership Moves in on Strongholds of Old Faction
The new Chinese Communist Party head and former leader have been hard at work reshuffling key officials to ...
January 8, 2013
Seeing Clearly the Leadership Change in Beijing
Deng Xiaoping and Jiang Zemin each had their reasons for keeping their positions in the CMC when they ...
November 27, 2012
Chinese Premier Steps Off Stage With Regrets
Wen Jiabao, the current premier of China whose job will officially end in March of next year, gave ...
November 22, 2012
Battle for China’s Top Party Posts Intensifies
The showdown between rival factions in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has become fiercer as the 18th Party ...
November 5, 2012
Debate Continues Around New York Times Wen Jiabao Exposé
Controversy continues to simmer around last week’s lengthy New York Times exposé of the US$2.7 billion fortune that ...
October 31, 2012
Fax to Hong Kong Paper Disputes NY Times Story About Chinese Premier’s Family
Lawyers who said they represented the family of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao challenged a recent New York Times ...
October 28, 2012
New York Times Wen Jiabao Story: Independent, or Used by Beijing Faction? (Updated)
A lengthy exposé by The New York Times detailing the wealth of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao’s family appears ...
October 27, 2012
A Low-Key Visit by Chinese Premier Suggests Factional Consolidation
A visit by the Chinese premier to China's south suggests factional consolidation at the top of the Chinese ...
October 15, 2012
Wen Jiabao Misled by Local Officials Over Quake Deaths
Local officials told Premier Wen Jiabao that kids were killed by falling rocks, when they actually died while ...
September 10, 2012
Chinese Provinces to Launch Trillion Dollar Stimulus
A new stimulus package in China directed at local investment, meant to stimulate growth, is being eyed skeptically ...
August 27, 2012
Talk of New Stimulus in China Alarms Experts
A new round of stimulus aiming to maintain economic growth in China worries analysts.
August 2, 2012
Taiwanese Public Sends a Letter to Chinese Premier
Taiwanese Falun Gong practitioners submitted a letter to Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao asking him to investigate allegations of ...
July 23, 2012
Hu Jintao Gains Ground in Beijing Ahead of Leadership Change
Choosing Beijing’s new Party Secretary is proving to be a political tussle in China.
June 27, 2012
Chinese Regime’s Tug-of-War Over Free Speech
While China’s Premier demands more “truth telling,” the Central Propaganda Department tightens its grip on media.
June 19, 2012
Party Officials Propose Redressing Tiananmen Square Massacre
The two major factions within the CCP are reported to each have drawn up their own plans for ...
June 6, 2012
Moscow Police Orchestra Changes Official Tune on Falun Dafa
Changes in the political climate in Beijing appear to have changed the official attitude in Moscow toward the ...
June 1, 2012
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Security Chief Zhou and Disgraced Chongqing Boss Bo Xilai Conspired to Defame Chinese Premier Wen, Alleges Insider
Despite all news about top guns in the Chinese Communist Party being carefully censored by the Great Firewall, ...
May 27, 2012
Beijing Signals Turning Right By High Profile Commemoration
Extensive media coverage of the May 24, ten-year anniversary of the death of Xi Zhongxun, father of Chinese ...
May 27, 2012
Party Leader Holds Military Meeting to Showcase Support
On May 23 Chinese Communist Party leader Hu Jintao and his probable successor Xi Jinping held the Beijing ...
May 27, 2012
Security Czar Uses Real Estate in Fight Against Leadership
The political struggle within the Chinese Communist Party has shifted into China's property markets, with Zhou Yongkang and ...
May 27, 2012
Guangdong Reformist Wang Yang May Have His Day in the Sun
Wang Yang, one of the most prominent figures in the reformist faction of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), ...
May 23, 2012
Trial of Disgraced Chinese Official, Wife, and Attempted Defector Expected Soon
The purged Chinese Communist Party official Bo Xilai, his wife Gu Kailai, and Wang Lijun, the high ranking ...
May 21, 2012
Video: How to Have Difficult Political Conversations: Karlyn Borysenko
Video: Don’t Allow Yourself to be Censored—Interview With Elizabeth Heng
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Sen. Leahy, Who Presides Over Trump Impeachment Trial, Hospitalized After Feeling Unwell
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Biden Administration Orders 200 Million More Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine
California Officials Say the State’s Unemployment Benefits Fraud Could Top $11 Billion
Capitol Police Chief Offers ‘Sincerest Apologies’ for Not Being Prepared for Jan. 6
200 House Republicans Sign Letter in Support of Hyde Amendment
Renewed Lockdown Measures Slow Economic Momentum
Biden and Putin Commit to Urgently Working to Extend Nuclear Treaty
US Prosecutors Preparing to Bring Sedition Charges in Capitol Breach