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Political Evolution within CPC and the Depoliticizing of Chinese Intelligence Agency

Long, Yingxian

This article is an analysis on the depoliticizing of Chinese intelligence community. It gave an independent analysis on the potential reform of current Chinese intelligence community after the devolution of authority in 18th national party congress. In retrospect, the author illustrated the evolution of Chinese intelligence community related with the political evolution of Communist Party of China from 1920s and gave his perspectives on the future reform of it.

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International and Public Affairs
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August 26, 2013
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