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Does Populism Matter in EU–China Relations? The Cases of Italy and Czechia

The article authored by Małgorzata Jakimów, Filippo Boni, and Richard Turcsányi investigates whether populism affects the foreign policy of European Union (EU) member states towards China and, if so, through what mechanisms. To answer this question, we examine the cases of Italy and Czechia, both of which went through turbulent relations with China in the… Continue reading Does Populism Matter in EU–China Relations? The Cases of Italy and Czechia

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

The EU-China Summit And The Future of EU-Taiwan Relations: Reconstructing the Normative Agenda

A few days prior to this year’s EU-China summit, the Financial Times published an opinion piece by Anders Fogh Rasmussen, former Secretary-General of NATO, calling for the Union’s stronger support for Taiwan. The article singles out security considerations as the main reason for such a principled stance, which the author acknowledges has been taken up by only… Continue reading The EU-China Summit And The Future of EU-Taiwan Relations: Reconstructing the Normative Agenda

CEEasia Briefing #45: EU-China high level trade talks, North Korea-Russia summit, Vietnamese EVs to reach Europe, India-Middle East-Europe Corridor

Welcome to the 45th issue of the #CEEasia Briefing. In this issue, we dissect the following topics: EU-China high level trade talks North Korea-Russia summit Vietnamese EVs to reach Europe India-Middle East-Europe Corridor (IMEC) If you like what you see, please forward this message to your friends and colleagues who can subscribe here. Do you need to… Continue reading CEEasia Briefing #45: EU-China high level trade talks, North Korea-Russia summit, Vietnamese EVs to reach Europe, India-Middle East-Europe Corridor

Taiwan Strait Crisis: Implications for Europe

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The recent worsening of cross-strait relations between Taiwan and China has affected not only the region’s fragile peace but also European stability. Growing concerns regarding Beijing’s recent declarations on the status of the Strait and the issue of reunification have coalesced with increasing pressure and military presence. The PLA’s repeated incursions across the median line… Continue reading Taiwan Strait Crisis: Implications for Europe

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