Anti-Corruption Forever? Xi Jinping’s Signature Policy in a Fraught Political Year


Communist Party General Secretary Xi Jinping’s five-year old anti-corruption crackdown has made him popular with many Chinese, but has also reportedly earned him enemies and has partially paralyzed China’s bureaucracy. As the party prepares for its 19th Party Congress in late 2017, has the crackdown helped Xi consolidate his grip on power and has it positioned him to orchestra a smooth transition to a new leadership at the 20th Party Congress in 2022?

Please join us for an analysis of the prospects and perils of an open ended anti-corruption crackdown in China by two of America’s leading experts on the issue.