Can the European Union Tackle Afghanistan’s Crises?
By Rahimullah Kakar
The EU has the capability to take a proactive diplomatic and political stance in managing the impending preventable socioeconomic and politico-security crises in Afghanistan.
China on the Sideline as Japan Plays Bigger Role in Kosovo
By Joseph Hammond
Beijing doesn’t recognize Pristina, making the small state a relatively China-free spot in Europe.
Europe’s Next Move and the US-China Standoff
By Brigitte Dekker and Maaike Okano-Heijmans
In the face of the US-China trade-tech standoff, there’s need for EU action.
Mapping China's Investments in Europe
By Valbona Zeneli
The last eight years have seen a paradigm shift in Chinese investments in Europe.
Europe: A New Player in the Indo-Pacific
By Eva Pejsova
Can traditional regional powers find a place for a new, “odd” friend?
The China-Europe Disconnect
By Nicholas Olczak
Misunderstandings threaten to derail stronger Sino-European relations.
Can Asia and Europe Make America’s Alliances Great Again?
By Tongfi Kim
What can U.S. allies in Asia and Europe do to cope with the risk President Trump presents?
What’s Next for China’s 16+1 Platform in Central and Eastern Europe?
By Alicja Bachulska
The debate over development of the 16+1 platform continues.
Never Again? Europe’s False Human Rights Promise
By Mirwais Wakil
Forcing Afghanistan to take back people seeking asylum in EU territory is little short of complicity toward the slaughter of innocents.
Helsinki: How to Create a European Hub for Asia
By Krzysztof Iwanek
A relatively small airport in northern Europe became an unexpected beneficiary of growing Asia-Europe connectivity.
Russian Railpolitick and China’s Belt and Road
By Nicholas Trickett
Russian economic policies and infighting with its neighbors impact China’s ambitions.