Posts Tagged ‘public security’

Holding Pattern: Zhou Yongkang in the Public Sphere

By | May 22, 2012

Holding Pattern: Zhou Yongkang in the Public Sphere by Megha Rajagopalan This past week, China’s security czar Zhou Yongkang (周永康) returned to the spotlight amid reports he had already handed over much of his responsibility to a successor, seeking to evade further fall-out from the Bo Xilai scandal and activist Chen Guangcheng’s escape from house […]

Mayday: North Korean Internal Security Delegation in China

By | May 09, 2012

Nick Miller is on his way to the Korea Economic Institute for the summer. Fittingly, questions of mobility and structure are a preoccupation of the present post. — Adam Cathcart, Chief Editor Mayday: North Korean Internal Security Delegation in China by Nick Miller North Korea Leadership Watch recently reported that a delegation from the DPRK […]

Turmoil in the Inner Circle: Zhou Yongkang and North Korea

By | April 06, 2012

One of the working assumptions in looking at North Korea as it interacts with China is that the PRC, more or less, is wealthier, more powerful, more modern, and more open to the West — and thus better — than North Korea. But is it more stable?  Are questions about “regime stability” in northeast Asia […]