Graft Offensive May Expose Something More Vile in China: Factions

A recent burst of official Chinese commentaries asserting that corruption scandals have exposed a “culture of cliques” points to the deeper tremors detonated by President Xi Jinping’s campaign to clean house.

A recent burst of official Chinese commentaries asserting that corruption scandals have exposed a “culture of cliques” points to the deeper tremors detonated by President Xi Jinping’s campaign to clean house.

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