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Andrew Sheng on China’s Corruption Conundrum

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Vows to target corruption are as old as the modern Chinese state itself, but President Xi Jinping has made rooting it out a signature piece of his governing strategy. As PS contributor Andrew Sheng notes, Xi’s program is both welcomed by the Chinese public, and necessary for securing the Communist Party’s continued legitimacy.

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    Taking on Tehran

    Richard N. Haass

    Forty years after the revolution that ousted the Shah, Iran’s unique political-religious system and government appears strong enough to withstand US pressure and to ride out the country's current economic difficulties. So how should the US minimize the risks to the region posed by the regime?

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