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China 5G Cyberspying: UK and EU Defense
January 22, 2019

China 5G Cyberspying: UK and EU Defense

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Ewan Lawson.
The Golden Era of UK-China Relations Meets Brexit
December 18, 2018

The Golden Era of UK-China Relations Meets Brexit

By Oliver Turner
The “Golden Era” of UK-China relations has never materialized as it was envisioned, and it probably never will.

Who Assaulted Whom? Conflicting Stories as CCTV Reporter Taken Away by UK Police
October 04, 2018

Who Assaulted Whom? Conflicting Stories as CCTV Reporter Taken Away by UK Police

By Charlotte Gao
A CCTV reporter allegedly slapped a volunteer at a UK Conservative Party conference, but CCTV provides a different story.

Post-Brexit UK-China Relations: Impact on the US
September 27, 2018

Post-Brexit UK-China Relations: Impact on the US

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Yu Jie.

Britain's China Challenge
January 30, 2018

Britain's China Challenge

By Kerry Brown
Ahead of PM Theresa May's visit, there are signs China already views the U.K. as a supplicant rather than an equal.
From London to Yiwu in 17 Days: OBOR's British Connection
April 12, 2017

From London to Yiwu in 17 Days: OBOR's British Connection

By Catherine Putz
After the westbound train's arrival in January, British officials heralded the launch of the eastbound train this week.

How China Will Play the Brexit Card
September 14, 2016

How China Will Play the Brexit Card

By François Godement
If China and the U.K. can reach a trade deal, both sides would have increased leverage over the EU.
‘Going Out’ to Hinkley Point? China’s Uncertain Future in International Energy
August 18, 2016

‘Going Out’ to Hinkley Point? China’s Uncertain Future in International Energy

By Mykael Goodsell-SooTho
China's ambition to become a global energy power will have to overcome geopolitical hurdles.

China's Nuclear Setback in the UK
August 03, 2016

China's Nuclear Setback in the UK

By Timothy Stafford
The new British government makes a sharp U-turn on plans for a Chinese constructed nuclear plant.

Market Economy Status for China: The Views From Brussels and Beijing
July 25, 2016

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.

Britain and the South China Sea Conflict: End to Ambiguity?
July 11, 2016

Britain and the South China Sea Conflict: End to Ambiguity?

By Tim Steinecke
How should the U.K. respond to the Permanent Court of Arbitration ruling expected this week?
How China Can Benefit From Brexit
June 30, 2016

How China Can Benefit From Brexit

By Wy Cheng
China could actually come out the winner from the U.K. vote to leave the EU.

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