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CEIAS Considers: The Kazakhstan crisis and the global response
20. January 2022|CEIAS Considers | 6 Min Read

What the Kazakhstan crisis tells us about international relations This month, unrest and the threat of a coup put Kazakhstan in the global spotlight. President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev declared the unrest […]

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CEIAS CONSIDERS: China in 2022
10. January 2022|CEIAS Considers | 8 Min Read

What to expect from China in 2022, from domestic politics to foreign affairs.  This year is a big one for the Chinese Communist Party. It will play host to the […]

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Chinese Media Watch: By visiting Taiwan, Slovakia is taking the Lithuanian ‎road
22. December 2021|Chinese Media Watch | 9 Min Read

As tensions over Taiwan grow between China and Lithuania, Slovakia adds fuel to the fire by having sent to the island its highest-rank economic delegation ever. Should Slovakia expect similar […]

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Under the Radar: Mapping the Czech and Slovak ‎local ‎governments’ ties to ‎China
19. December 2021|CEIAS Papers, Nezaradené | 2 Min Read
The new policy, paper prepared by CEIAS in collaboration with the Association for International Affairs, provides a comprehensive account of Czech and Slovak paradiplomatic activity towards China. Classifying and investigating [...]
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CEIAS CONSIDERS: Is the Summit for Democracy a good idea?
9. December 2021|CEIAS Considers | 8 Min Read

Should Washington build its global alliances around democratic values? On Thursday and Friday this week, around 100 “democratic” countries will meet virtually for the long-planned, US-backed Summit for Democracy. But […]

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