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Berlin muddles through again: Why lack of Germany’s China strategy should make CEE countries worried
10. March 2020|CEIAS Insights | 7 Min Read

Much talk has been in the media recently about China gaining the upper hand in the Sino-German relationship. Facing economic disruptions stemming from the coronavirus epidemic in China, it is […]

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Prospects for Developing the V4+China Cooperation Platform
17. October 2019|Research Papers | 6 Min Read
This policy paper by CEIAS researchers aims to explore the possibilities of the multilateral approach towards China within the V4 (V4+China). The first chapter presents an overview of the trade [...]
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Agent Level Analysis of RMB Internationalization in the Visegrád Countries
27. June 2019|Research Papers | 1 Min Read
Research paper by Martin Šebeňa aims to provide a comparative analysis of the progress of the internationalization of the Chinese yuan (also known as renminbi or RMB) in the Visegrád [...]
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Protestors count in tens of thousands, with many more joining as tensions escalate.
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Photo report: Hong Kong protests against extradition bill
12. June 2019|CEIAS Insights | 2 Min Read
CEIAS Research Fellow Martin Šebeňa is currently visiting Hong Kong, where mass protests against the government are taking place. The reason behind the prostest is the government proposed bill that [...]
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The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge: White Elephant in the Pearl River
20. October 2018|CEIAS Insights | 2 Min Read

The bridge will never recover its costs. Hardly anyone can drive on it. So why was it built?

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