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The China Factor in India’s Engagements With Europe
April 30, 2022

The China Factor in India’s Engagements With Europe

By Niranjan Marjani
Repeated recent engagements are an an opportunity for India and European countries to iron out their differences over the perception of strategic threats emerging from Russia and China.

China-EU Summit Highlights Diverging Paths
April 01, 2022

China-EU Summit Highlights Diverging Paths

By Shannon Tiezzi
While China tried to emphasize the potential for general cooperation, EU leaders made clear that their “top priority” is to end the war in Ukraine.
Is the EU-China Investment Agreement Dead?
March 26, 2022

Is the EU-China Investment Agreement Dead?

By William Yuen Yee
The 2020 deal, already on ice, might be finally dead after China’s refusal to condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Lithuania as a Litmus Test of EU-China Relations
March 08, 2022

Lithuania as a Litmus Test of EU-China Relations

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jonathan Hackenbroich.

Finland’s China Shift
February 08, 2022

Finland’s China Shift

By Matti Puranen and Jukka Aukia
Once China’s model partner for engagement with the West, Finland is updating its China policies and seeking wider cooperation with the EU and like-minded partners.

Germany’s (Not So) New China Policy
February 04, 2022

Germany’s (Not So) New China Policy

By Nadine Godehardt and Moritz Rudolf
Under new Chancellor Scholz, obstacles remain for transatlantic coordination on China.

China Is Targeting Lithuania. The EU Must Push Back.
January 06, 2022

China Is Targeting Lithuania. The EU Must Push Back.

By Chien-Huei Wu and Nai-Yu Chen
Europe must resist Chinese economic coercion with one voice.
Europe’s Global Gateway: Complementing or Competing With BRI?
December 07, 2021

Europe’s Global Gateway: Complementing or Competing With BRI?

By Frederick Kliem
The EU’s enhanced infrastructure connectivity strategy is often framed as being in competition with China, unnecessarily making Global Gateway an instrument of geopolitical rivalry.

Europe and the US: From Divergence to Convergence on China?
November 30, 2021

Europe and the US: From Divergence to Convergence on China?

By Plamen Tonchev
Is the U.S. moving closer to the EU’s complex definition of China as a partner, competitor, and systemic rival?

China’s Foreign Minister Tries Again to Win Europe Back
October 29, 2021

China’s Foreign Minister Tries Again to Win Europe Back

By Shannon Tiezzi
China’s foreign minister is limiting his European tour to friendlier ground, in hopes of halting a downward slide in China-Europe relations.

Europe Faces the Tricky Task of Policing Chinese Investments
August 06, 2021

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.
The EU’s Stake in the Taiwan Strait Issue
June 21, 2021

The EU’s Stake in the Taiwan Strait Issue

By Earl Wang
Recent statements reflect growing awareness of how a crisis in the strait would impact European interests.

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