The State Council has pledged to enshrine property rights into law for the first time. But this could be the most daunting task it has ever undertaken
The so-called “rejuvenation of the Chinese nation” can only be achieved through individual Chinese citizens
We must not overstate the media’s current level of influence in the fight against corruption in China.
Not only has the Chinese government largely ignored the constituion in its everyday activities, few ordinary Chinese are familiar with its content.
China should establish effective mechanisms not just to investigate corrupt officials, but to prevent officials from becoming corrupt.
The current anti-corruption measures have utterly failed to effectively address the problem.
Calls for reform do not stem from a principle of egalitarianism or some Robin Hood mentality, but out of a desire for equal opportunity for prosperity.
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