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State–society relations under a new model of control in China: Graduated control 2.0
13. January 2020|Research Papers | 1 Min Read

Graduated control models are often used to explain the variety of government treatment of social organizations in China. These models have been slowly losing their explanatory power in recent years, […]

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responsive authoritharianism in China
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Responsive Authoritarianism in China
5. November 2019|Research Papers | 1 Min Read

Xi Jinping’s efforts to recentralize political power have triggered a debate over if these changes will destroy the “authoritarian responsiveness” in China credited with regime durability. This review essay assesses […]

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Chinese Media Watch: China-EU & China-CEEC Cooperation in 2019
10. June 2019|Chinese Media Watch | 1 Min Read
April 2019 brought about the annual succession of China-related summitry for the European countries: the EU-China summit and the meeting of the China-CEEC Cooperation (with the “16+1” transforming into “17+1”). [...]
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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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Chinese Media Watch: Pompeo’s United Front against Huawei?
27. February 2019|Chinese Media Watch | 1 Min Read

In mid-February, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Hungary, Slovakia, and Poland, cautioning European allies against cooperation with China and Russia, as well as relying on Huawei technology in […]

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