Is France Backing China’s Currency Against the US Dollar?
By Alain Tao
President Macron's recent state visit to China resulted in rare yuan-denominated deals. Does that signal French support for renminbi internationalization?
Europe’s China Policy in Disarray
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Whether France can be a trusted partner in managing China is a question that many have asked after the fiasco of Macron’s visit.
China’s New Approach to Europe
By Brian Wong
Beijing’s effusive reception of French President Macron reveals the underpinnings of its Europe strategy.
German Foreign Minister Visits Beijing Amid European China Debate
By Tim Hildebrandt
Discussions are taking place in Europe and Germany on how to deal with China, but also on which path of development to take in the coming decades, in the context of a rather shaky confidence in the U.S.
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.
China’s Xi Calls for Ukraine Peace Talks to Resume
By Associated Press
But Xi gave no indication Beijing would use its leverage as Vladimir Putin's diplomatic partner to press for a settlement.
Macron and May: A Tale of 2 China Visits
By Georgiana Boboc
How France and the U.K. envision relations with China, based on their leaders' recent trips.
France and China's Green Silk Roads
By Sebastien Goulard
Macron's outreach to China is part of a bid to be seen as the voice of Europe.
Why Did France's Macron Start His China Trip in Xi’an?
By Charlotte Gao
French President Emmanuel Macron is ready to embrace China’s Belt and Road Initiative.