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Chinese influence in V4: Understanding the impact on political elites
19. January 2019|Projects | 2 Min Read

Influence of foreign, authoritarian regimes is increasingly a hot topic in EU. V4 is no different from the rest of the EU in this regard. However, most of the attention […]

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Breaking the Silence: Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the Xinjiang Question in the Muslim world
10. January 2019|CEIAS Insights | 5 Min Read

Since the first 2017 reports on the Chinese ‘‘reeducation camps’’ surfaced, China’s alleged abuses in Xinjiang have captured world media attention. Number of journalists have since then reported on a […]

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China’s emergence in Central Asia
23. August 2018|Research Papers | 1 Min Read

This policy paper by Michal Hudec examines the characteristics of Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) project in the Central Asian region, such as geographical factors, specific geopolitical situation of the region […]

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Ideology and geopolitics: Chinese reaction to the 1968 invasion of Czechoslovakia
21. August 2018|CEIAS Insights | 6 Min Read

When tanks of the Warsaw Pact countries rolled into Czechoslovakia in the early hours of August 21, 1968, the hopes for building „communism with a human face“ were mercilessly crashed. […]

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Axis of Oil: Sino-Iranian Relations after the US Withdrawal from the JCPOA
27. July 2018|CEIAS Insights | 7 Min Read

Unless Europe finds a way to outweigh US sanctions on Iran, Iranian dependency on China will grow.

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