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A Glass Half Full or Half Empty? Myanmar two years after the coup
1. February 2023|CEIAS Papers | 9 Min Read

by Michał Lubina   February 1 marks the second anniversary of Myanmar’s coup d’état, a catastrophic event that plunged the country into turmoil and nullified its political transition. Two years […]

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Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: What are the Lessons for Taiwan?
30. January 2023|CEIAS Insights | 8 Min Read

by Neeraj Singh Manhas Ukraine-Taiwan conflict has shaken the post-covid world recovering from the damage done by the pandemic. Ukraine and Taiwan are currently the centers of geopolitical confrontation between […]

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Event Summary: PRC’s influence in the UN: Case of the Resolution 2758-20221005 1301-1
2. November 2022|Activities | 6 Min Read

China’s influential position within the United Nations has continued to strengthen since the passing of Resolution 2758 in 1971. Recognizing the PRC as the sole representative of China to the […]

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Two birds, one stone: Taipei’s way to supplant Beijing’s failing diplomacy and bolster Taiwan’s repute in Europe
2. November 2022|CEIAS Insights | 8 Min Read

In a major blow to Beijing’s diplomacy in Europe, Latvia and Estonia quit China’s 16+1 initiative in August 2022. Taiwan can use this development to elevate its diplomatic credentials and […]

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Taiwan Strait Crisis: Implications for Europe
2. October 2022|Activities | 6 Min Read

The recent worsening of cross-strait relations between Taiwan and China has affected not only the region’s fragile peace but also European stability. Growing concerns regarding Beijing’s recent declarations on the […]

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