China, Europe, and the Great Electric Vehicle Race
By Valeria Fappani and Blanca Marabini San Martín
Chinese EVs are gaining market share around the world, but Europe is putting on the brakes.
A European FTA With India Is Not a Counterweight to China
By Krzysztof Iwanek
There is currently no way for India to take China’s place in the European Union’s economic relations.
China, EU Leaders Hold ‘Intense’ Virtual Meeting
By Shannon Tiezzi
The meeting highlighted continuing areas of friction between China and Europe, especially on market access and human rights.
Is Europe Finally Rising to the China Challenge?
By Bart Broer
Last week’s EU-China summit taught Europe that acting in harmony pays off. But can Europe’s unity last?
What’s New About China’s Latest EU Policy Paper?
By Julian Chan
The last policy paper was issued just four years before. What changed?
Could the China-EU High Summit Preserve the Global Trade Order?
By Shi Zhiqin
China and Europe have converging interests in upholding the legitimacy of international trade.
EU's New Anti-Dumping Rules Threaten Trade Relations With China
By Magda Tsakalidou
Despite not naming any country, China seems to be the obvious target of new anti-dumping rules.
What Has China Accomplished in Central and Eastern Europe?
By Valbona Zeneli
Each year, the 16+1 summit has Central and Eastern European states clamoring for Chinese money.
Market Economy Status for China: The Views From Brussels and Beijing
By Insa Ewert and Jan Philipp Pöter
A closer look at the market economy debate between China and the EU.
China Defends Market Economy Hopes After EU Condemnation
By Peter Bittner
China wants market economy status at the WTO, but the European Union has its doubts.
China-EU Relations: Crisis and Opportunity
By Shi Zhiqin
The decision to grant China Market Economy Status is a major inflection point in bilateral ties.
So Far, So Close? EU-China Network Diplomacy
By Lucie Qian Xia
“Network diplomacy” could be an effective way to take the bilateral relationship forward.