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China as Norm-Taker and Norm-Setter in Southeast Asia and Europe
10. July 2020|CEIAS Insights | 11 Min Read

In order to promote and implement its ambitious Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), China acts in Southeast Asia and Europe still more as a norm-taker than a norm-setter. However, Beijing’s […]

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What does the new security law mean for Hong Kong and for the China-West relations?
2. July 2020|CEIAS Insights | 8 Min Read

On 30 June 2020 at 11:00 pm, the highly controversial National Security Law for Hong Kong came to effect. The following day, on the 23rd anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover […]

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The Trans-Caspian Pipeline and waning EU values
1. July 2020|CEIAS Insights | 5 Min Read

The European Union poses itself as a model of liberalism, democracy, and global governance. Yet last year the EU normalized relations with Turkmenistan, one of the world’s most severe dictatorships, […]

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Handbook for stakeholders: China’s sticks and carrots in Central Europe
29. June 2020|Research Papers | 4 Min Read
The unique study of China‘s employment of 'sticks' and 'carrots' in its outreach towards Czechia, Slovakia, Poland, and Hungary is now also available in the form of an accessible handbook [...]
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Limited welcome: Protecting the media from hostile foreign influence
25. June 2020|Research Papers | 2 Min Read
The coronavirus pandemic has shown how important the media are - an essential tool for communication between citizens and government in the time of crisis. In the new policy paper, [...]
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