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CEE-Taiwan Relations: Current State and Outlook Following the 2024 Taiwan Elections

In recent years, EU-Taiwan, namely relations between Taiwan and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), have grown stronger. What do the 2024 Taiwan election results mean for the next four years of CEE-Taiwan relations? The DPP’s presidential victory implies a certain degree of continuity in Taiwan’s posture towards the outside world, considering that foreign policy is… Continue reading CEE-Taiwan Relations: Current State and Outlook Following the 2024 Taiwan Elections

EU-China relations: De-risking or de-coupling − the future of the EU strategy towards China

To evaluate the European Union’s (EU) policy framework towards China, this study analyses the varied facets of bilateral relations and the EU’s approach towards China, including its policy of de-risking, together with issues relating to China’s domestic politics and foreign policy. It highlights the need for the EU to adopt a coherent vision and a… Continue reading EU-China relations: De-risking or de-coupling − the future of the EU strategy towards China

Strategies and approaches of EU countries to the Indo-Pacific region: Implications for Slovakia

This study aims to provide the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic with a systematic overview of the Indo-Pacific strategies of big and small European countries. The findings of this study will subsequently enable decision-makers to learn from best practices but also identify niches in other strategies that Slovakia can exploit.… Continue reading Strategies and approaches of EU countries to the Indo-Pacific region: Implications for Slovakia

2023: China on the Slovak social media – Anti-system voices prevail

On the first anniversary of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine (24 February 2023), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the PRC unveiled its proposal for a ‘Ukraine Peace Plan’, a 12-point policy pamphlet presenting China’s views of global affairs, ongoing conflict, and what it views as potential solutions. While explicitly welcomed by Vladimir Putin during a… Continue reading 2023: China on the Slovak social media – Anti-system voices prevail

Hidden links: V4’s final demand exposure toward the Chinese market

In this CEIAS Policy Paper, authors Martin Šebeňa, Thomas Chan, and Matej Šimalčík provide an in-depth analysis of the role of the V4’s participation in European supply chains for goods that are exported to China by quantifying the actual value of exports to China, contrasting it with bilateral trade data, tracing the lack of this information… Continue reading Hidden links: V4’s final demand exposure toward the Chinese market

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