Is China Facilitating Corrosive Capital in Serbia?
By Stefan Vladisavljev
In Serbia, Chinese financing and democratic backsliding have forged a mutually reinforcing relationship.
China, Lawfare, and the Contest for Control of Low Earth Orbit
By Glenn Chafetz and Xavier Ortiz
The Chinese government seeks strategic advantage in space through attacks on the Western private sector.
How the EU’s Security Approach Affects China-Europe Relations
By Dingding Chen and Yingfan Chen
Whether in Germany or the EU as a whole, expanded concepts of security are threatening economic exchanges with China.
China’s FDI In Europe
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Max J. Zenglein.
Chinese Investment in Europe Is Changing
By Gabriele Manca
Chinese companies are investing less in Europe, but they are raising the bar for the investments that are being made.
Europe’s Response to China’s Quest for Technology
By Ivana Karásková, Veronika Blablová, and Filip Šebok
The CCP has been funding scientific research across Europe, even in regions often dismissed as unimportant for China’s science and technology ambitions.
Europe Faces the Tricky Task of Policing Chinese Investments
By Bruce Shen
The Chinese acquisition of the U.K.’s largest chip maker underlines the difficulty of implementing investment screenings.
Think the EU Isn’t Acting on China? Look Closer.
By Laurens Hemminga
Understanding how the EU is responding to China’s rise requires understanding how the organization actually works.
China Is Changing Serbia From the Inside
By Wawa Wang and Nils Resare
The gradual weakening of legal requirements for Chinese investments in Serbia is of real concern.
China’s Evolving Approach to Media Influence: The Case of Czechia
By Ivana Karásková
The Czech experience reveals the limits of investment screening as a way to protect against Chinese pressure on media outlets.
Demystifying China’s Role in Italy’s Port of Trieste
By Francesca Ghiretti
The ghosts of Chinese control or even ownership have haunted the port since a March 2019 MoU. But those concerns have always been overblown.
Will Montenegro’s New Government Bring a New China Strategy?
By Mladen Grgic
Montenegro saw a peaceful regime change for the first time in its history. What does that mean for China?