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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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Friends or foes? How diverging views of communist past undermine the China-CEE ‘16+1 platform’
28. May 2019|Research Papers | 1 Min Read

China and the Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries have been engaged recently in dynamic diplomatic exchanges under the umbrella of 16+1 platform and the Belt and Road Initiative. The […]

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Does China Offer a Plan B for the Balkans?
14. April 2019|CEIAS Insights, Publications | 6 Min Read

Ever since the foundation of the 16+1 cooperation platform with Eastern European countries, China has become one of the most influential players in the Balkans too. China’s Increasing economic presence […]

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Why is China’s Activity in Central Europe Causing Controversy?
17. February 2019|CEIAS Insights | 1 Min Read

Richard Q. Turcsányi talks on the Belt and Road Advisory podcast about the state of relations between China and CEE, which are receiving more global coverage now in te light […]

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Behind the Huawei Backlash in Poland and the Czech Republic
6. February 2019|CEIAS Insights | 10 Min Read

Both cases point to a deeper problem with China’s Central and Eastern Europe strategy. The bold Huawei-related steps of Poland and the Czech Republic have attracted international attention. Yet these […]

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