Andrew Wedeman is a professor of political science at Georgia State University and has written extensively on the political economy of corruption in China. His most recent book is Double Paradox: Rapid Growth and Rising Corruption in China (Cornell University Press, 2012).

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07.31.14

Zhou Yongkang’s Downfall

Sebastian Veg, Roderick MacFarquhar & more
On July 29, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Chinese Communisty Party announced it was investigating ex-security czar Zhou Yongkang “on suspicion of grave violations of discipline.” Zhou, who retired from the Politburo...

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