A permanent Chinese military installation in Equatorial Guinea is the culmination of nearly a decade’s investment in Africa – and will not be the last of such bases on the continent’s Atlantic coast
ECFR’s Janka Oertel and Andrew Small discuss how the new government in Berlin will adjust Germany’s approach to China
The EU’s strongest asset remains trade. If it makes the most of this, it could prove highly welcome to Indo-Pacific countries considering China’s application to join the regional CPTPP trade agreement.
Over the course of the day, we will discuss how Europe and Asia can redefine the Indo-Pacific in terms compatible with their mutual interests. The 3 sessions will look specifically at trade, connectivity, and the Green Transition.
How should Sweden and Europe adapt to the rise of geo-economics, keeping their markets open but minimizing their vulnerabilities?
Where do China and India converge and diverge on climate governance? How do their geopolitical tensions impact their climate diplomacy?
How does Beijing manage its diplomatic differences with Delhi? The ECFR Asia Programme is delighted to invite you to our second webinar which is part of our virtual luncheon series dedicated to the future of India-China relations
The ECFR Asia Programme is delighted to invite you to our online webinar which will be the launching session of a luncheon discussion series dedicated to the future of India-China relations
The ultimate effect of AUKUS could be to force Europeans to conclude there is no point in engaging in the vital yet geographically distant issue of Indo-Pacific security