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Why using the term ‘Chinese virus’ isn’t quite right.
26. March 2020|CEIAS Insights | 6 Min Read

Being justly outraged over China’s spreading of conspiracy theories and hoaxes about the origin of coronavirus leads to some calling the virus ‘Chinese’ as a sign of resistance against Chinese […]

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Prague Taipei Sister City
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Sister-City Relations and Identity Politics
25. February 2020|CEIAS Insights | 8 Min Read

Shanghai’s cancellation of its partnership with Prague reveals how normally apolitical relations are increasingly tainted by identity politics. When the Prague City Council approved a sister city agreement with Taiwan […]

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Perception of China among V4 Political Elites
29. December 2019|Research Papers | 4 Min Read
This policy paper by CEIAS and partners Association for International Affairs (CZ), Central, Eastern European Center of Asian Studies (HU), and Center for International Relations (PL) aims to explore the [...]
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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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China’s fight against “erroneous opinions”
4. September 2019|CEIAS Insights | 7 Min Read

China has been trying to control narratives on the Hong Kong protests in the Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovakia. The results have been mixed at best. On August 19, the […]

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