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Slovakia and China: Challenges to the future of the relationship
13. January 2020|Research Papers | 6 Min Read
This CEIAS policy paper aims to continue the ongoing discussions about China and its political and economic significance for Europe. It specifically analyzes both history and the future of the [...]
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State–society relations under a new model of control in China: Graduated control 2.0
13. January 2020|Research Papers | 1 Min Read

Graduated control models are often used to explain the variety of government treatment of social organizations in China. These models have been slowly losing their explanatory power in recent years, […]

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Perception of China among V4 Political Elites
29. December 2019|Research Papers | 4 Min Read
This policy paper by CEIAS and partners Association for International Affairs (CZ), Central, Eastern European Center of Asian Studies (HU), and Center for International Relations (PL) aims to explore the [...]
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Followers, Challengers, or By-Standers? Central European Media Responses to Intensification of Relations with China
23. November 2019|Research Papers | 2 Min Read
The article answers how growing intensity of China-V4 relations in the period of 2010–2017 impacted the media discourse of China in Central Europe. While diplomatically speaking China and the Visegrad [...]
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responsive authoritharianism in China
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Responsive Authoritarianism in China
5. November 2019|Research Papers | 1 Min Read

Xi Jinping’s efforts to recentralize political power have triggered a debate over if these changes will destroy the “authoritarian responsiveness” in China credited with regime durability. This review essay assesses […]

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