China’s new strategy for achieving economic self-reliance and geopolitical dominance poses an unprecedented challenge to the West
The Biden administration has made clear that it will not shift away from the tougher approach on China. But the latest sanctions row has demonstrated that Europe is not without agency in what has falsely been characterised as a binary confrontation.
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 mere prospect of a strengthened EU-US alliance forced Beijing to make concessions to Brussels last month – a lesson on the power of global coalition-building that Europe failed to take on
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A ‘whole stakeholder approach’ is key to taking on and defeating online disinformation
Within less than a decade, China has significantly expanded its media presence in south-eastern Europe. The country is increasingly well-positioned to amplify its voice, disseminate imagery, and convey its narratives
Europe needs to enhance its toolbox for protection against economic coercion, carefully balancing its strategy in five areas
The international dynamics between great powers, and the Coronavirus pandemic have redefined the status quo in international relations