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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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