Posts Tagged ‘Chinese Communist Party’

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China’s Supremo

Since coming to power in 2012, China’s Xi Jinping has reforged the Chinese Communist Party with his anti-corruption campaign and his accumulation of titles. In […] More

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China in 2016

China enters 2016 facing an increasingly complicated domestic political and economic environment and growing challenges to its assertive foreign policy. Since becoming General Secretary of […] More

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Cracks in the System

After three decades of unprecedented economic growth, China must manage a volatile stock market, a slowing economy, and increasing criticism both at home and abroad […] More

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Impact on Beijing's Actions Abroad

Until recently, the widely accepted international narrative about China was that it was a country on a roll  – characterized by years of remarkable economic […] More

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A Steady Slowdown

Going into the third year at the helm of the world’s second biggest economy, Chinese leader Xi Jinping faces perhaps the most daunting task of […] More

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Using Business To Make a Point

Under President and Communist Party General Secretary Xi Jinping, China is engaged in either a multi-year campaign to reduce corruption, or a purge of Xi’s […] More

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Breaking Apart the Communist System

President Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign is roiling China.  Here are the top five things you need to know: 1.  It’s Not an Anti-Corruption Campaign \”The Cipher […] More

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Cleaning Up the Party

The Cipher Brief sat down with Rodney Faraon, a partner at Crumpton Group, to get his thoughts on China’s recent corruption crackdown. The former CIA […] More