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Considering the Dragonbear
7. August 2019|CEIAS Insights | 12 Min Read

I was kindly asked by Tom O’Connor from Newsweek to provide him with my answers to six questions considering the relationship between China and Russia, which I gladly did as I have […]

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Malcolm Cook: Myth-Busting Australia’s Relation with China
3. July 2019|CEIAS Insights | 15 Min Read

‘Influence operations’ are necessarily neither illegal nor crossing the red line. One of the roles of having embassies is trying to influence the view of your country in the country […]

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China & the Taliban: Pragmatic Relationship
26. June 2019|CEIAS Insights | 6 Min Read

China’s relationship with the Taliban has been motivated by its own security interests and economic considerations. However, its pragmatic nature could offer an alternative platform for the actors that have […]

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Pascal Abb: China’s think tank drive is caught up in internal political divisions
20. June 2019|CEIAS Insights | 14 Min Read

China’s think tank sector has seen a significant increase in political attention and available resources, but its development is still hindered by the domestic political dynamics of the PRC. Think […]

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V4+ and One Belt One Road
1. June 2019|Research Papers | 1 Min Read
Matej Šimalčík contributed with a chapter on Slovakia to a publication titled Comparative Analysis of the Approach towards China: V4+ and One Belt One Road. The publication has been prepared [...]
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