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Chinese Media Watch: The changing focus on NATO as the primary instigator of “evil”
26. July 2022|Chinese Media Watch | 10 Min Read

A relic of the Cold War era thinking and a hostility tool used by the US – that is how NATO could be described based on just a few articles […]

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East Asian Reactions to Russia’s War in Ukraine: Governmental and Civil Society Responses
4. July 2022|CEIAS Insights | 18 Min Read

The reactions to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine vary in East Asia, from a clear condemnation (Japan, Singapore, Taiwan) to calculated opposition (South Korea) and cautious criticism (ASEAN, Indonesia); from neutrality […]

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Ukraine visas welcome but lacking
19. April 2022|CEIAS Insights | 4 Min Read

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the resulting outflow of refugees has highlighted the need for Taiwan to adopt an asylum law. The Russian invasion of Ukraine has caused a huge wave […]

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Chinese Media Watch: Blaming everyone but the Russian military for the killings in Bucha
8. April 2022|Chinese Media Watch | 7 Min Read

Chinese media echo the Russian version of events in Bucha while blaming the West for the continued conflict in Ukraine. Whereas most Chinese netizens have no problem believing it, voices […]

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The war in Ukraine looked like a win-win situation for China. That is now changing
17. March 2022|CEIAS Insights | 8 Min Read

Over the past century, the Sino-Russian relations have been marked by swings between two extreme positions. The Soviet Union assisted in the formation of the Chinese Communist Party, but at […]

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