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CEIAS CONSIDERS: Taiwan’s Future In Central Europe
21. October 2021|CEIAS Considers | 12 Min Read

Is Central Europe becoming a main conduit for Taiwan’s diplomacy on the continent? On Tuesday, the EU’s foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, gave his most extensive speech on Taiwan to […]

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CEIAS CONSIDERS: Czech-China Relations Post-Election
14. October 2021|CEIAS Considers | 10 Min Read

Will an expected change of government in the Czech Republic be the death knell to positive relations with China? The legislative election held in the Czech Republic earlier this month […]

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CEIAS CONSIDERS: Is The Indo-Pacific Important For Central Europe?
6. October 2021|CEIAS Considers | 12 Min Read

What does the Indo-Pacific mean for the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia? On September 16th, the European Union finally published its long-awaited Indo-Pacific Strategy paper, signaling Europe’s closer attention […]

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CEIAS CONSIDERS: What’s the big deal if China stops building overseas coal projects?
29. September 2021|CEIAS Considers | 9 Min Read

Why China ending its construction of overseas coal-fired power stations could be a big issue for world politics. In a pre-recorded speech to the UN General Assembly on September 22nd, […]

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