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CEIAS CONSIDERS: Would a Chinese naval base in Cambodia be an Indo-Pacific gamechanger?
17. June 2022|CEIAS Considers | 8 Min Read

What happens if China is allowed access to the Ream naval base in Cambodia? Alfred Gerstl President of CEIAS @alfredgerstl In recent days, there has been speculation that China could […]

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CEIAS CONSIDERS: What to expect from Hong Kong’s new leader John Lee?
6. June 2022|CEIAS Considers | 5 Min Read

Former security chief John Lee Ka-chiu will take office as Hong Kong’s next leader next month. What will it mean for Hong Kong?   Martin Šebeňa Research Fellow at CEIAS […]

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CEIAS CONSIDERS: How has the Ukraine war deepened EU-Japan relations?
1. June 2022|CEIAS Considers | 7 Min Read

Japan was quick to impose sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, leading some analysts to speculate about a new era of Japanese security policy. But have their responses […]

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CEIAS CONSIDERS: Are the EU and US more united on Russian and Chinese threats?
20. February 2022|CEIAS Considers | 5 Min Read

Are Transatlantic relations safe for now? In light of the EU activities against China vis-a-vis Taiwan, and with the Russian threat of invading Ukraine, “CEIAS Considers” asked regional exports whether […]

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CEIAS CONSIDERS: Will the Beijing Winter Olympics Improve China’s Image?
7. February 2022|CEIAS Considers | 10 Min Read

Loved at home; increasingly unpopular abroad? “Together for a shared future” is China’s wishful motto for the Winter Olympics, which formally began on February 4. But with many Western countries […]

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