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Destined for conflict? Taiwanese and Chinese public opinions on Cross-Strait relations‎
22. November 2022|CEIAS Papers | 2 Min Read
This report presents some of the most noteworthy findings regarding Cross-Strait relations from a public opinion survey conducted online in Taiwan and China. In Taiwan, the survey was conducted between [...]
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Public opinion in the Indo-Pacific: Divided on China, cheering for US & EU
3. November 2022|CEIAS Papers | 3 Min Read
This report presents the results of public opinion surveys conducted online in 15 countries across the Indo-Pacific between April and September 2022. 1 The research sample (n = 18,157) was [...]
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US-China rivalry in the Global South? Insights from a public opinion survey
17. October 2022|CEIAS Papers | 3 Min Read
This report is a result of a wide-scale study of public opinion in 15 countries across Africa and Latin America (and the Caribbean), conducted online between June and July 2022 [...]
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South Korean public opinion on the world in times of global turmoil: US yay, China nay, Japan meh
22. September 2022|CEIAS Papers | 3 Min Read
This report presents some of the most noteworthy findings from a public opinion survey conducted online in South Korea between 11 April and 23 June 2022 with a research sample [...]
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Chinese diplomats more positive about the US in 2021, shows MFA press conference analysis (dataset update)
5. August 2022|CEIAS Insights | 4 Min Read

China’s foreign policy discourse towards the US became slightly more positive in 2021 – the first time in six years. This is one of the main findings of the update […]

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