Europe should upgrade its security activities, and seize the moment to push multilateral institutions up the agenda. But it will be Europe’s connectivity agenda that provides the golden thread running through its foreign policy and its other objectives in the region.
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In its remaining months, the German Council presidency could use this momentum to create institutional structures to improve the EU’s capacity to act
The crisis is intensifying demands for Europe to puts its China policy on a more open, accountable, and values-based footing
Europeans should monitor China’s influence on regional stability and political dynamics, especially in relation to surveillance technology and arms sales
Introduction François Godement Developments in the digital and artificial intelligence arenas in China have attracted so much hype abroad that…
China’s priorities are shifting towards the containment of security threats in its region, and Europe should capitalise on this trend
Four views from our authors on Chinese and Taiwanese views of the roots of Trump’s strategy and trade policy, and Chinese blind spots
China’s Maritime Silk Road project is affecting Europe in vital areas of interest like maritime trade, shipbuilding, and the global reach of the Chinese navy
China has already brought the world “Socialism with Chinese characteristics”. Will its next goal be a “United Nations with Chinese characteristics”?
The meaning of the Chinese “new era” is tied to Xi Jinping. This publication explores how much his increased ideological control is changing China.