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Authoritarian Corrosive Capital in the CEE
9. September 2021|CEIAS Papers | 2 Min Read
A new paper series edited by CEIAS focuses on the effects of authoritarian corrosive capital on governance in the CEE countries. Researchers from Slovakia, Romania, Slovenia, and Latvia provide an [...]
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Gas and Dirty Money‎: Russian Corrosive Capital in Latvia
8. September 2021|CEIAS Papers | 2 Min Read
Latvia and the two other Baltic states—Lithuania and Estonia—are located at the ‎crossroads of the East and West. Their proximity to Russia, with which they share historic ‎ties and proficiency [...]
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Many a Mickle Makes a Muckle: Chinese Corrosive Capital in Croatia
25. August 2021|CEIAS Papers | 2 Min Read
Relations between Croatia and China in the last three decades were stale despite many efforts to intensify economic cooperation. Recently, the pace of political cooperation between the two countries has [...]
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Danger Almost Deferred? Chinese Corrosive Capital in Bulgaria and Romania
28. July 2021|CEIAS Papers | 2 Min Read
A new paper by Rumena Filipova provides a captivating insight into the financial presence of China in two countries of the Eastern Balkans – Bulgaria and Romania, and Chinese tactics [...]
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Oligarchs and Party Folks: Chinese Corrosive Capital in Slovakia and Czechia
20. July 2021|CEIAS Papers | 2 Min Read
Despite the physical distance, China is increasingly attempting to project its power and influence policymaking in Central Europe. Even though a latecomer, it has managed to make considerable inroads into [...]
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