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Slovakia’s Overdue China Strategy
5. November 2017|CEIAS Insights | 7 Min Read

Richard Q. Turcsanyi’s article published at The Diplomat. Slovakia is finally waking up to Chinese initiatives and investments. Until recently, Slovakia was the Central European nation with the least interest in […]

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R. Turcsanyi: OBOR’s Older Brother: Lessons Learned from the China-Cee 16+1 Platform
1. August 2017|CEIAS Insights | 6 Min Read

Richard Q. Turcsanyi’s article published by the University of Nottingham’s IAPS. The Belt and Road Initiative (still commonly abbreviated as OBOR – One Belt, One Road) is undoubtedly one of the most […]

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Towards ‘globalization with Chinese characteristics’
1. February 2017|CEIAS Insights | 4 Min Read

Richard Q. Turcsanyi for China.org.cn discusses Xi Jinping’s appearance at the WEF in Davos this year and his call for defence of globalization. See full text below. When China announced that President […]

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Richard Q. Turcsanyi for Shanghai Daily: China-CEE ties moving in positive direction
25. November 2016|CEIAS Insights | 4 Min Read

Richard Q. Turcsanyi for Shanghai Daily discusses “what has been achieved [in China-CEE 16+1 platform] and where additional effort should be put to get more positive results in future.” See full […]

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China and the Visegrad countries: Policies, goals and discrepancies
6. October 2014|CEIAS Insights | 7 Min Read

Among the 16 Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries which are members of the China-tailored ‘16+1 platform’, the Visegrad states (V4) comprising of Hungary, the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia […]

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