In the latest European Think Tank Network on China (ETNC) report, experts from across Europe take a look at the different national approaches to China across Europe. CEIAS contributed with a chapter on Slovakia.
In this report, the ETNC takes stock of national approaches to China across EU members states and important countries such as the United Kingdom, Norway and Switzerland. Experts from 24 countries have contributed their analysis, and the MERICS office in Brussels provided a chapter outlining current EU policies vis-à-vis China.
Authors focused on the following guiding questions:
- National China strategies: Where do member states and other European countries stand?
- Mechanisms: How do European countries coordinate and share information on China?
- EU tools: Which national instruments exist for implementation?
- Risk analysis: Which approaches do countries take?
- Working with China: In which Chinese institutional frameworks do countries participate?
- Spotlight on Taiwan: What activities exist in this contested space?
The Central European Institute of Asian Studies (CEIAS) is happy to have contributed to this extensive work with a chapter on Slovakia.
The report was produced under the framework of the European Think-Tank Network on China (ETNC), a consortium of EU-based think-tanks of which CEIAS is a member.
Find the full report in PDF here: