China, Europe, and covid-19 headwinds

China’s attempts to divide Europeans during the crisis, along with its fierce and openly hostile rhetoric targeting the capacity of Western democracy to effectively respond to the health emergency, have served as a wake-up call

Publications

China’s great game in the Middle East

Europeans should monitor China’s influence on regional stability and political dynamics, especially in relation to surveillance technology and arms sales

Articles

China, Europe, and covid-19 headwinds

China’s attempts to divide Europeans during the crisis, along with its fierce and openly hostile rhetoric targeting the capacity of Western democracy to effectively respond to the health emergency, have served as a wake-up call

Specials

Video

ECFR Quarantimes #10 – with C. Raja Mohan

How is the coronavirus crisis reshaping India’s geopolitics? Amid tensions with China, the US' global withdrawal as well as hyper-globalisation, C. Raja Mohan, Director of the Insitute of South Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore, calls for a new compact between India and the West to produce a new world order for the 21st century.

China’s economy

Powerhouse, menace or next Japan? Arthur R. Kroeber, founder of the Gavekal Dragonomics research service and editor of China Economic Quarterly, explains where China's economy might be heading.

Rebooting EU foreign policy

Nick Witney, the co-author of the ECFR's publication, "Rebooting EU Foreign Policy", and Spiros Economides of the LSE, both explain why the European Union sorely needs to face reality and fundamentally rethink how it deals with the rest of the world

Podcasts

China’s 1989

Anthony Dworkin stands in for host Mark Leonard to talk about how China experienced 1989 back then and today. In some ways, it is more…

In the media

Janka Oertel joins CNAS's podcast to discuss how the next administration can work with Europe to counter China.