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Dragon’s Roar and Bear’s Howl: Convergence in Sino-Russian Information Operations in NATO Countries?
20. January 2023|CEIAS Papers | 2 Min Read
Russian – and increasingly also Chinese – information operations have in recent years been at the forefront of the threats assessment in NATO countries. The concerns about China’s power and [...]
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Coping with China: Public attitudes in South Korea and Europe as the basis for the effective policy collaboration
9. January 2023|CEIAS Papers | 4 Min Read
The European Union (EU) and the Republic of Korea (ROK, also South Korea) are important ‎strategic and economic partners, and they share similar values stemming from their liberal-‎democratic systems. As [...]
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Korea-Europe relations: How to reach the full potential of the strategic partnership?
28. December 2022|CEIAS Insights | 10 Min Read

The European Union (EU) and the Republic of Korea (ROK) are important strategic and economic partners, and they share similar values stemming from their liberal-democratic systems. Their relationship has developed […]

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South Koreans Have the World’s Most Negative Views of China. Why?
24. December 2022|CEIAS Insights | 8 Min Read

The explanation goes well beyond the oft-mentioned THAAD dispute. When asked about general views of China, 81 percent of South Korean respondents expressed negative or very negative sentiments. That is […]

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Trans-Atlantic public opinion on China: Great power competition amidst Russian invasion of Ukraine
12. December 2022|CEIAS Papers | 2 Min Read
This report presents the results of a series of public opinion surveys conducted online in 15 countries across North America, Europe, and the Middle East in August-October 2022. The research [...]
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