Communist Party of China

Politics
He defends his personal fortune by defending Xi Jinping.
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The information offers the fullest view yet into how Chinese officials decided who to put into and let out of detention camps.
Health
The new virus outbreak has killed at least 811 people in mainland China.
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Dr. Li Wenliang warned authorities of the new virus, but was reprimanded. Now he's the face of simmering anger at the ruling Communist Party.
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Police forced the doctor to sign a statement claiming he was spreading falsehoods about the coronavirus, which later took his life.
U.S. News
TikTok, the popular Chinese-owned app, apologized to 17-year-old Feroza Aziz for suspending her account. But Aziz says she's unconvinced by their apology.
Politics
Apple is facing blowback for deleting an app used by pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.
Politics
The move comes a day after the Commerce Department blacklisted 28 Chinese companies, citing concerns about the detention and abuse of Muslim minorities.
Politics
Several Republican lawmakers and conservatives in media stressed that the day is not worthy of any fanfare.
Opinion
History shows us where the real danger lies -- when governments control doctors.
Politics
The long-suffering American hope that economic liberalization would yield intellectual and political freedom in China is
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Here's how Xi is using the upcoming Party Congress to do so.
Politics
The Chinese people have been wading through propaganda for decades.
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Zhiqiong June Wang, Western Sydney University Corruption is thought to cost China US$86 billion each year. Widespread corruption
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China says it has no political prisoners. A U.S. government database disagrees.
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China's political ruling class has metamorphosed into a plutocratic and partly hereditary, even aristocratic, political elite.
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What you need to know about the meeting taking place in Beijing known as the “Two Sessions.”