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Slovakia and China: Challenges to the future of the relationship
13. January 2020|Research Papers | 6 Min Read
This CEIAS policy paper aims to continue the ongoing discussions about China and its political and economic significance for Europe. It specifically analyzes both history and the future of the [...]
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Case of Pervez Musharraf: Turning point for Pakistan?
22. December 2019|CEIAS Insights | 5 Min Read

Last week, a Special Court in Islamabad has come up with the verdict in the case against the Pakistan’s former president and army Gen. Pervez Musharraf.  Six years after the […]

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Mosque in Urumqi, Xinjiang
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Xinjiang in the 2018 U.S. Country Report on Terrorism
10. November 2019|CEIAS Insights | 4 Min Read

On 1 November 2019, the United States has finally issued the 2018 Country Report on Terrorism. The yearly-report is a comprehensive overview of the situation in various countries that struggle […]

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China and the Afghan peace process
11. October 2019|CEIAS Insights | 4 Min Read

Beijing finally lifts its technical rollover for the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA). On 17 September 2019, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) extended its Assistance Mission in […]

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Sri Lanka terrorism
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Caught Between the Enemy: People of Sri Lanka and the Economic Consequence of Terrorism
28. September 2019|CEIAS Insights | 4 Min Read

Even after 5 months after the Easter Bombings, local communities continue to suffer its economic consequences. This is the power of terrorism — it continues to terrorize even after the […]

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