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Xi Jinping’s Visit to Europe Tests Transatlantic, EU Cohesion on China Policy

Xi Jinping’s Visit to Europe Tests Transatlantic, EU Cohesion on China Policy

By Valbona Zeneli
Xi’s selected destinations in Europe – France, Serbia, and Hungary – carry a strong narrative significance. 

Xi Jinping Visit Gives France’s Macron Chance to Raise China’s Uyghur ‘Genocide’

Xi Jinping Visit Gives France’s Macron Chance to Raise China’s Uyghur ‘Genocide’

By David Whitehouse
A leading Uyghur diaspora activist says that Paris should adopt robust sanctions such as those adopted in the United States in recent years.
Xi in France: What Is There to Celebrate? 

Xi in France: What Is There to Celebrate? 

By Valerie Niquet
The challenge for Paris will be to try to give meaning to a visit that ultimately doesn’t have much to offer.

Xi Jinping to Visit Europe for First Time in 5 Years

Xi Jinping to Visit Europe for First Time in 5 Years

By Shannon Tiezzi
The world – and China-EU relations in particular – look quite different today than they did in 2019.

China’s New Approach to Europe

China’s New Approach to Europe

By Brian Wong
Beijing’s effusive reception of French President Macron reveals the underpinnings of its Europe strategy.

Nuclear Energy Has Become One of the Priorities in China-France Cooperation

Nuclear Energy Has Become One of the Priorities in China-France Cooperation

By Dingding Chen and Yingfan Chen
President Macron’s visit to China sought to balance between power competition and cooperation to solve global challenges. Nuclear energy is one such opportunity for cooperation.

Europe Goes to China, Seeking Recalibration Amid Challenges

Europe Goes to China, Seeking Recalibration Amid Challenges

By Duncan Bartlett
French President Emmanuel Macron and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen are the latest European arrivals in Beijing. Their views on China are similar, but not in complete alignment.
European Leaders Fret Over Their ‘Value-Led’ Approach to China

European Leaders Fret Over Their ‘Value-Led’ Approach to China

By Duncan Bartlett
The recent visits to Beijing of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and European Council President Charles Michel reflected the ongoing attempt to calibrate Europe’s China policy.

French Polynesia Has Its Own China Dream

French Polynesia Has Its Own China Dream

By Paco Milhiet
The French overseas territory seeks to maintain strong relations with China, while Paris is more wary.

How Europe’s Big 3 Are Shifting on China

How Europe’s Big 3 Are Shifting on China

By Philippe Le Corre and John Ferguson
As the U.K. leads and France follows, the world now awaits a verdict from Germany on Huawei, Hong Kong, and more.

Are China-France Relations in Trouble?

Are China-France Relations in Trouble?

By Eleanor Albert
Even as the two celebrate cultural ties, political and economic tensions remain in the foreground.
Making Sense of China’s Reaction to the French Navy’s Taiwan Strait Transit

Making Sense of China’s Reaction to the French Navy’s Taiwan Strait Transit

By Ankit Panda
Did China’s spokesperson misspeak or is the Taiwan Strait now being claimed in full as “Chinese waters“?

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