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Chinese views of the world at the time of the Russia-Ukraine war
12. May 2022|CEIAS Papers | 4 Min Read
The perception of Russia among Chinese citizens has markedly improved over the past three years, despite Russia’s aggression against Ukraine. Russia is now the country Chinese feel most positively about, [...]
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From East with Love: Dissecting Pro-China Bias in Czech and Slovak Alternative Media
12. April 2022|CEIAS Papers | 2 Min Read
A brand new MapInfluenCE analysis by a team of researchers based in both Czechia and Slovakia, with contributions by CEIAS experts Matej Šimalčík and Barbara Kelemen, examines China-related narratives on [...]
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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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China as a Narrative Challenge for NATO Member States
2. December 2021|CEIAS Papers, Publications | 2 Min Read
China is generally considered one of the greatest challenges facing NATO member states in the 21st century. Much attention has been paid to China’s decades-long meteoric economic rise which has [...]
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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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