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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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Slovak policy towards China is built on empty words
4. October 2018|CEIAS Insights | 1 Min Read

Big words, little deeds: Chinese investment plans in Slovakia don’t live up to their expectations so far. The simplified narrative of the Central European countries as a “bridge and gate” between […]

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China is raising its flag in Central and Eastern Europe
31. August 2018|CEIAS Insights | 4 Min Read

Ever since its inception in 2012, the Chinese-led ‘16+1 platform’ between China and 16 Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries has attracted a considerable amount of criticism in Western Europe […]

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Pitfalls of Slovakia’s Chinese dreams
28. August 2018|CEIAS Insights | 8 Min Read

After his 2007 visit of China, Slovakia’s then Prime Minister Fico returned with a notion of China becoming a new source of investment and a new market for Slovak exports. […]

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What to Expect at the 2018 China-CEE 16+1 Summit
6. July 2018|CEIAS Insights | 1 Min Read

What to watch for as the premiers of China and Central and Eastern European countries gather in Sofia. 

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