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Weaponizing transparency: Dealing with security risks of Chinese investments
12. June 2020|CEIAS Insights | 6 Min Read

Increasing transparency is a key measure to manage and mitigate many security risks posed by Chinese investments into sensitive sectors. Slovakia’s experience in fighting shell corporations and oligarchs offers an […]

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IAS Interview with prof. Yoko Hirose
13. March 2019|CEIAS Insights | 8 Min Read

Professor Hirose visited Slovakia in February 2019 to deliver a lecture on the Japanese perspective on connectivity between Asia and Europe. On this occasion, we met with her and asked […]

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When investments are not in state interest
15. December 2018|CEIAS Insights | 9 Min Read

Foreign investments are often being portrayed as an economic panacea. Nevertheless, what can be done in cases in which the investor’s interests are not honest, or even worse, they present […]

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Chinese Trade and Investment in the Visegrad Countries: Mapping Increased Exposure and Volatility
4. July 2018|Research Papers | 1 Min Read

The policy paper by Martin Šebeňa looks into trade and investment relations of China and V4 countries. A Central European manufacturing nexus has emerged in the past three decades, encompassing […]

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China in Slovakia: Are we ready for the future?
1. June 2018|Research Papers | 5 Min Read

You can read the full paper (in Slovak) here. Policy paper by Richard Q. Turcsányi and Matej Šimalčík deals with Sino-Slovak relations, and explores Chinese activities in Slovakia with qualitative […]

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