The China Corruption Crackdown: Sincere Or Cynical? A recent paper examines the motivations behind Xi Jinping's corruption crackdown and arrives at a surprising answer.
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The China Corruption Crackdown: Sincere Or Cynical?

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The China Corruption Crackdown: Sincere Or Cynical?

The China Corruption Crackdown: Sincere Or Cynical?

The China Corruption Crackdown: Sincere Or Cynical?

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A recent paper examines the motivations behind Xi Jinping's corruption crackdown and arrives at a surprising answer.

Fred Dufour/AP
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