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Amid Show of Military Might in China, Xi Jinping Puts Rivals on Notice

| July 30, 2017 | 0 Comments





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From Political Star to ‘a Sacrificial Object’ in China

| July 22, 2017 | 0 Comments





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Predictably, China’s Year-on-Year Growth Maintains Its Steady Pace

| July 17, 2017 | 0 Comments





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Ailing Dissident’s Case Fits a Pattern in Chinese Prisons, Critics Say

| July 10, 2017 | 0 Comments





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The Billionaire Gadfly in Exile Who Stared Down Beijing

| May 30, 2017 | 0 Comments




Guo Wengui, an eccentric Chinese billionaire, has accused top Chinese leaders of graft. At first, the government retaliated. Then China stood down.

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Chinese Annoyance With North Korea Bubbles to the Surface

| December 21, 2014




A retired general’s scathing account of North Korea as a recalcitrant ally headed for collapse and unworthy of China’s support revealed how far relations between the two countries have sunk.

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China Arrests Ex-Security Chief, Zhou Yongkang, in Corruption Inquiry

| December 5, 2014




The former head of the domestic security apparatus is the highest-ranking official to be prosecuted since the Gang of Four after the Cultural Revolution.




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China Arrests Ex-Security Chief, Zhou Yongkang, in Corruption Inquiry

Sinosphere Blog: China Slips in Corruption Perceptions Report

| December 3, 2014




Beijing’s campaign against graft has netted thousands of officials, but the perception of China as a deeply corrupt country is only rising, according to a watchdog group.




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Leader Asserts China’s Growing Role on Global Stage

| November 30, 2014




President Xi Jinping told Communist Party officials that China would be nice to its neighbors in Asia but that he would be relentless in promoting his idea of China’s rejuvenation onto the world stage.




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Attack in Western China Leaves at Least 15 People Dead

| November 29, 2014




The police in Xinjiang shot dead 11 members of a gang who killed four people and wounded 14 in an attack on a busy street, official Chinese media said.




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China Began Push Against Hong Kong Elections in ’50s

| October 27, 2014




Diplomatic dispatches reveal that Chinese leaders were so opposed to the prospect of a democratic Hong Kong that they threatened to invade.

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China Moves to Enact Rule of Law, With Caveats

| October 23, 2014




An embrace of a more rules-based approach to settling legal disputes could have sweeping consequences, but the changes would do little to curtail the power of the Communist Party.

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Hong Kong Leader Reaffirms Tough Stance on Elections and Economic Discontent

| October 20, 2014




Leung Chun-ying, Hong Kong’s chief executive, has shown no sign of softening his Beijing-endorsed stance regarding open elections in the city.

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Presumed Guilty in China’s War on Corruption, Targets Suffer Abuses

| October 20, 2014




China is in the midst of a scorching campaign against government corruption, but its system of investigation often operates in secret and beyond the law, leading to abuses suffered by the officials being targeted.

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Hong Kong Protesters Retake Street, Defying Government

| October 17, 2014




The police, who had gained control of the street in the Mong Kok district only hours before, retreated to avoid a confrontation.




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China Said to Pull the Strings in Hong Kong Crackdown

| October 17, 2014




China has played a hidden role in directing the broad outlines of the response to pro-democracy protests, current and former officials from both governments say.

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Once a Symbol of Power, Farming Now an Economic Drag in China

| October 13, 2014




Frustrated by how little they earn, the ablest farmers have migrated to cities, hollowing out rural districts in the Chinese heartland.

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Even More Than Usual, China Clamps Down on Dissent

| October 12, 2014




More than 50 people have been detained across China this month, part of a wide-ranging crackdown on dissent that has picked up steam since pro-democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong began.




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Hong Kong Protesters Appeal to Xi Jinping in Open Letter

| October 12, 2014




A request by students for the reversal of an election decision has been rejected by the city’s leader, Leung Chun-ying, who has called their movement “out of control.”

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Hong Kong Government Scraps Talks With Protesters

| October 9, 2014




Pro-democracy protesters are calling for the impeachment of the city’s top official over multimillion-dollar payments amid the collapse of talks.

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As Hong Kong Protest Ebbs, Organizers Claim Small Gains

| October 6, 2014




Leaders of the movement said they had moved the needle, however slightly, toward the possibility of a more democratic future for Hong Kong.

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News: Live Updates From Hong Kong Protests on Oct. 5

| October 5, 2014




After a week of demonstrations, the Hong Kong government has set a Monday morning deadline for the police to clear away pro-democracy demonstrators who have blocked offices, including its own headquarters.




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Anger Simmers in Hong Kong After Attacks on Protest Camps

| October 4, 2014




Confrontation returned to the Mong Kok area on Saturday, a day after demonstrators came under attack by men who the police say had underworld ties.




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News: Latest Updates From Hong Kong Protests

| October 3, 2014




Correspondents for The New York Times are monitoring the situation in Hong Kong closely.




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News: Latest Updates From Hong Kong Protests

As Hong Kong’s Deadlock Continues, ‘Status Quo Is Confusion’

| October 3, 2014




Protesters struggled Friday with discord and exhaustion, as some politicians urged local tycoons to use their influence with China to seek a way forward.




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As Hong Kong’s Deadlock Continues, ‘Status Quo Is Confusion’

Beijing Warns of ‘Chaos’ if Hong Kong Protests Persist

| October 2, 2014




People’s Daily, the main newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party, accused the democracy movement of “blaspheming” the rule of law.




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Chinese Web Censors Struggle With Hong Kong Protest

| October 1, 2014




Beijing’s effort to limit information on the Hong Kong protests has been met by clever ways of expressing dissent.




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Sinosphere Blog: Beijing Blocks Reports on Hong Kong Democracy Movement

| September 29, 2014




Chinese censors block Instagram, and a directive from the central propaganda department in Beijing orders websites to delete any mention of the pro-democracy uprising in Hong Kong.




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