LONDON -- In most countries, governments change and policy follows. In China, where the Communist Party is determined to stay in power for perpetuity, the government can lay down policies and carry them out over the long haul. The long-term...Show More Summary
HONG KONG -- At the very beginning of the Chinese stock market crisis in late June, many investors felt there were problems mostly related to liquidity issues. But gradually the concerns have grown to encompass more than the market itself. Show More Summary
China’s leadership expelled a retired general from the Communist Party and transferred him to prosecutors to face corruption charges in the latest purge by President Xi Jinping.
General Secretary of the New Communist Party of Britain Andy Brooks claims that the United Kingdom needs to increase the number of employees involved in dealing with an influx of asylum seekers and economic migrants, instead of wasting money on creating fences.
On April 23, 1949, during the Chinese Civil War, Mao's People's Liberation Army (PLA) captured the city of Nanking, now known as Nanjing, then capital of China and headquarters of the Nationalist Party (also known as the Kuomintang or KMT). Show More Summary
A Communist party campaign during which crosses have been stripped from the roofs of more than 1,200 Chinese churches is being conducted “for the sake of safety and beauty”, a government official has claimed. Human rights activists accuse...Show More Summary
The basis of the China Communist Party's hold on power since Deng is based on persuading the public to trade political say for prosperity. That has worked for several decades, which have seen dramatic economic growth. I think it is now clear that the era of strong economic growth in China is ebbing. Show More Summary
BEIJING (Reuters) - The former Chinese Communist Party chief of Urumqi, the capital of the far western region of Xinjiang, has been indicted on corruption charges, China's state news agency Xinhua reported on Tuesday.
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Commenting on the Ukrainian Justice Ministry's decision to ban three communist parties from running in upcoming local elections, Czech politician Miloslav Ransdorf told Sputnik that Kiev's actions are undemocratic, and cast an unfavorable light on Ukraine bid to join the European Union.
PBCP ‘regional leader’ killed in Kushtia District Palash Malitha (29), a ‘regional leader’ of Purbo Banglar Communist Party (PBCP) was killed during a gunfight with Police in Khamarpur village of Kushtia District on July 25, reports The Daily Star. Show More Summary
WESTMINSTER, United Kingdom – A senior Labour MP has called for the party's leadership election to be halted amidst claims large numbers of people...
A commentary in the Communist Party's flagship publication yesterday suggests the mainland government is prepared to intervene in the stock market again if turbulence returns. The article in People's Daily, which says that maintaining...Show More Summary
The Communist Party of Greece (marxist-leninist) condemns the murderous, barbaric attack in the Turkish town of Suruç, near Kobani, against Turkish militants who were expressing their solidarity to the Kurds in their efforts to rebuild the city of Kobani. The “suicide attack” caused the death of at least 30 militants while more than [...]
More than 200 lawyers and associates have been detained on accusations of exploiting cases to enrich themselves and to attack the Communist Party.
Communist Party expels ex-aide to former president Hu Jintao over corruption, three year's after son died in car crash.
China’s leadership expelled a close aide to former President Hu Jintao from the Communist Party and ordered him handed over to prosecutors, pressing ahead with a broad-ranging anticorruption campaign that had appeared to be losing steam.
Former Chinese President Hu Jintao's onetime top aide, who was sidelined from the upper echelons of power in 2012 after his son died in a spectacular Ferrari crash, has been expelled from the Communist Party and referred to courts for prosecution, state-run media said Monday.
China’s ruling party plans financial summit as economy continues to face significant downward pressure. ||| Beijing - China's ruling Communist Party will meet in October to discuss economic development and the next five-year plan, state...Show More Summary
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese human rights lawyers arrested during a recent crackdown have pleaded guilty to a range of offences including inciting disorder, the country's main Communist Party newspaper reported on Sunday.