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
An Oxford-style debate in cooperation with Intelligence² Germany
Mark Leonard and Jeremy Shapiro predict ten bright and bold policy projections for the year to come
Europe needs to enhance its toolbox for protection against economic coercion, carefully balancing its strategy in five areas
As climate action becomes more material to economic interests, Europe and China will both compete and cooperate with each other, against the backdrop of an overarching systemic rivalry