With Operation Fox Hunt and now Operation Sky Net, Xi Jinping and Wang Qishan's anti-corruption campaign has gone global. The campaigns aim to bring home dozens of fugitives, especially from Australia, Canada, and the United States. The challenge, however, for Western countries is how to differentiate the legitimately corrupt from those targeted for political or profit-seeking reasons. Though Chinese analysts suggest human rights should be separated fr
om anti-corruption, the problems of Chinese criminal procedure and the internal party shuanggui system make it difficult for Western governments to cooperate. As the anti-corruption campaign continues, this issue is likely to find itself at the forefront China's foreign relations.