Beijing sees the anti-corruption campaign as an operation to restore the badly damaged political legitimacy of a Confucian state. Beijing sees the anti-corruption campaign as an operation to restore the badly damaged political legitimacy of a Confucian state.
Beijing sees the anti-corruption campaign as an operation to restore the badly damaged political legitimacy of a Confucian state.

The logic behind China's anti-corruption drive

Lanxin Xiang says China's embrace of the term 'new normal' has huge political ramifications as Xi seeks to restore the morality of a Confucian state through his anti-corruption campaign

Beijing sees the anti-corruption campaign as an operation to restore the badly damaged political legitimacy of a Confucian state. Beijing sees the anti-corruption campaign as an operation to restore the badly damaged political legitimacy of a Confucian state.
Beijing sees the anti-corruption campaign as an operation to restore the badly damaged political legitimacy of a Confucian state.
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