This is event will launch the new paper on the dynamic China's market can have on European competitiveness
How can Europe adapt its strategies for multilateralism in this competitive world and what would they look like?
China is ramping up the pressure on European decision-makers, academics, and companies. The EU must move quickly to build its resilience against such economic coercion.
China’s new strategy for achieving economic self-reliance and geopolitical dominance poses an unprecedented challenge to the West
Dr Janka Oertel discusses with Dr Elli-Katharina Pohlkamp and Bonji Ohara the cooperation in the field of cybersecurity between two of the US closest allies
What lies behind China’s dual circulation strategy? How will the EU approach all of this? And are European policy-makers really prepared to deal with this new challenge coming from China?
The virtual roundtable, "China in Europe’s periphery. How China became a power in the Western Balkans", will bring a small group of experts, officials, NGO and media representatives together in a discussion on China’s embedding in the region.
The German government’s 5G security plan tacitly allows Huawei to embed itself in domestic telecom networks – with great implications for Europe’s defence and security
As European and US ambivalence towards the Western Balkans persists, the region will be in increasing danger of falling into an endless spiral of competition between various foreign actors
What are the prospects for transatlantic cooperation on China now that a new US administration is in power?