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China says police and judges need absolute loyalty to party

BEIJING (Reuters) - Law enforcement and judicial officials in China must be absolutely loyal to the ruling Communist Party, state media said, in the latest warning about loyalty in the wake of the jailing of former domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang.

China's Political Factions to be Unified Under Xi's Control

By Hong Soon-do, Beijing correspondent, AsiaToday - China's political world had been dominated by various factions before Xi Jinping took power at the 18th Chinese Communist Party (CCP) National Congress in 2012. But now there are signs of unification of political factions within the party. Show More Summary

Communists want return of state ideology

A Russian Communist Party MP has announced plans to draft a law that would allow alterations to the constitution, such as re-introducing the notion of state ideology in the form of “patriotism and primacy of the state.” Read Full Article at

Xi Jinping, Head of World’s Largest Communist Party, Champions Global Trade

Also, Trump's man in Davos says pulling out of global trade deals will be good for globalism.

China’s president — a new kind of ‘Davos man’ for a new, less-liberal, era

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Chinese President Xi Jinping, "red princeling," son of a revolutionary, general secretary of the Communist Party, this week travels to a ski resort in Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum to rub shoulders with what remains of the liberal elite. He is set to deliver a keynote speech on the Chinese economy and, per his […]

China, Vietnam Agree to Manage Spat on South China Sea

China and Vietnam pledged to manage maritime differences over the South China Sea and safeguard peace and stability. Communist Party chiefs of China and Vietnam agreed in Beijing on Thursday that two countries should expand cooperation in various…

Books: Xu Hongci, Roxane Gay, Han Kang and more

THE BIG STORY Xu Hongci was born in China in 1933, when the country faced a series of tumultuous upheavals. He joined the Communist Party at 14, got engaged, began medical school in Shanghai and didn’t imagine that he’d fall afoul of Mao Tse-tung. But he was one of 550,000 people accused of being...

China's top judge warns courts on judicial independence

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's courts must firmly resist the western idea of judicial independence and other ideologies which threaten the leadership of the ruling Communist Party, the country's top judge was reported as saying by state-run Chinese News Service.

China and Vietnam to 'manage' differences over South China Sea: communique

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China and Vietnam pledged on Saturday to manage their differences and safeguard peace in the South China Sea, in a joint communique issued during a visit to China by Vietnamese Communist Party chief Nguyen Phu Trong.

African press review 13 January 2017

Is the Kenyan government serious about ending the eight-week strike by hospital doctors? Have they attempted to recruit Indian medics as strikebreakers? The South African Communist Party denies that it has endorsed any candidate to take over from Jacob Zuma as ANC president.

History Lesson: Chinese Professor’s Mao Remarks Get Him Fired

A Chinese professor who posted critical remarks about Mao Zedong on social media is the latest to find out that, under President Xi Jinping, taking issue with the Communist Party's past brings trouble.

China's leaders are about to test the promise that holds their country together

China's leaders are about to test the promise that holds their entire country together. It's a pretty simple one: In exchange for accepting their authoritarian rule, for decades the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has promised its citizens...Show More Summary

Chinese Communist Party rules out 'independent' checks in graft fight

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's top anti-graft watchdog said on Monday that a mechanism to keep officials in check independent of the Communist Party cannot exist in China, as it vowed to build a new supervision system to underpin President Xi Jinping's war on corruption.

Eat, pray, love the Communist Party: a road trip through Tibetan lands, guided by China

It was a road trip through one of China's most tightly controlled regions.  We drove uphill and deeper into the Aba Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture, an area of southwestern China's Sichuan province, adjacent to Tibet, where more than half the residents are Tibetan. There were five of us...

China vows 'zero tolerance' for election fraud in upcoming party congress

BEIJING (Reuters) - China has vowed to give no quarter in handling election fraud in the upcoming central Communist Party congress to decide on its future leadership, warning cadres to learn from past political scandals.

Party Rules: China’s Communist Party Goes for Quality over Quantity

China’s Communist Party, one of the world’s largest political organizations, is inching closer to President Xi Jinping's goal of becoming a more selective, elite group.

China probes party official in restive Xinjiang days after attack

BEIJING (Reuters) - China is investigating a Communist Party official in the restive western region of Xinjiang on suspicion of "serious disciplinary breaches", the graft watchdog said on Thursday, days after an attack on a government building in his prefecture.

China Warns Donald Trump Not to ‘Escalate’ North Korea Situation With Erratic Tweets

For the closeted and choreographed Chinese Communist Party, Trump’s impulsive accusations are a growing cause of consternation

Election Meddling Is Surprisingly Common

The 1948 Italian election was supposed to be a nail-biter, and one with potentially major consequences in the early days of the Cold War. Back then, Italy had one of the strongest communist parties in Western Europe, which relied onShow More Summary

Chinese ex-mayor to be prosecuted for suspected 'discipline breaches'

BEIJING (Reuters) - The former mayor of the Chinese port of Tianjin has been expelled from the Communist Party and will be prosecuted for suspected "serious discipline breaches", the party's anti-graft watchdog said on Wednesday, using a euphemism for corruption.

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