When the Chinese Communist party took power in 1949, Mao Zedong declared to a party conference, "The Chinese people, comprising one quarter of humanity, have now stood up. The Chinese have always been a great, courageous and industrious nation; it is only in modern times that they have fallen behind. Show More Summary
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Typical political bull: Xi Jinping, the boss of the Chinese Communist Party, is now in the United States. And Senator Cruz has introduced a measure to rename the plaza in front of the Chinese embassy after Liu Xiaobo, the democracy leader who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2010 and has been a political prisoner […]
The Chinese Communist Party is playing a dangerous game by embarking on an anti-corruption campaign alongside its economic reform program.
I probably shouldn’t brag on My Man Ted (Cruz), but, every once in a while, I can’t help it. And this is one of those whiles. Xi Jinping, the boss of the Chinese Communist Party, is now in the United States. And Senator Cruz has introduced...Show More Summary
“Obama should be on the side of the rights of the Chinese people, not on the side of the leader of the Communist Party,” said Chen Guangcheng.
As documented here and elsewhere, in addition to the Pope and Putin, the third world leader US president Obama is "historically" meeting this week is China's President, and General Secretary of the Chinese Communist party, Xi Jinping. Show More Summary
While Xi has taken out many senior leaders in the Communist Party and the Chinese military, he’s doing so not to protect his own seat of power, but to deal with the threat that factionalism poses to the Party.
A deputy head of the Chinese government department which oversees religious groups is being investigated for suspected graft, the ruling Communist Party's anti-corruption watchdog said on Tuesday.
Through billboards, rhymes, pop quizzes and newly penned songs, the Chinese Communist Party aims to promote what it calls “core socialist values.”
Feng Zhang Security, Asia Could this be Beijing's real strategy to dominate Asia? Since assuming the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leadership in November 2012, Chinese president Xi Jinping’s great ambitions have become well known. Domestically,...Show More Summary
That a financial company as embedded in the Communist Party elite as Citic Securities has fallen on hard times highlights the uncertainty in the Chinese economy.
The 70th anniversary of the end of World War II was earlier this month, and the Chinese Communist Party celebrated it with a parade to show off its military capabilities. At the same time, the world was given an idea of how that force...Show More Summary
The Chinese Communist Party's power has long rested on four pillars: economic growth, nationalism, repression and communist ideology. The last of these withered away almost entirely as China liberalized its economy, with slogans such as "Long live the invincible Marxism-Leninism theory" replaced...
BEIJING (Reuters) - A deputy head of the Chinese Communist Party's graft watchdog visited Interpol as part of a trip to France to push for greater international cooperation in China's fight against corruption, state media said on Thursday.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese media are not allowed to carry advertising which uses "extravagant wording" to promote gifts over upcoming holidays, the ruling Communist Party's anti-graft watchdog said, as the mooncake season approache...
David Wessel: Chinese government rhetoric talks about relying more on market forces. In some parts of its economy, China is moving, haltingly, in the direction of relying more on market forces. But the government and Communist Party are reluctant to let go.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The removal of a stone plinth sign written by former Chinese president Jiang Zemin at the entrance of a key Communist Party training center is not a sign of disrespect, a senior official said on Monday, after rumors of destabilizing party infighting.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Two executives of the company that runs the website of the Chinese Communist Party's top newspaper are being investigated for corruption, the state prosecutor said on Friday, the latest blemish on state media caught up in a crackdown on graft.
With the rise of Christian persecution at the hands of the Chinese Communist Party over the past year, Chinese Christians are starting to speak out after many have been arrested for defending church crosses from forceful government removal.