François Godement - 16 November 2017
Conflict with North Korea is too often assumed to be an all or nothing issue, with nuclear Armageddon as the inevitable result.
François Godement - 26 October 2017
Shared values or interests between China and the West will be few and far between in the coming years.
Mathieu Duchâtel - 17 October 2017
The countries’ lack of crisis management discussions could allow unexpected incidents to quickly escalate
Mathieu Duchâtel - 31 August 2017
For Pyongyang, a “double suspension” agreement could be a turning point towards the goal of being recognized as a nuclear state.
Irina Angelescu - 14 July 2017
For the EU, the EPA would demonstrate its ability to deliver concrete results despite the numerous crises it faces.
François Godement - 07 July 2017
It seems that China is now reaching out to America to prevent it being castigated at a global summit.
Michal Makocki - 06 July 2017
China’s Silk Road project may give a short term economic boost but it is undermining the EU reform agenda in the Balkans.
François Godement - 01 June 2017
As the EU-China Summit opens in Brussels today, is there now a common ground on which the two can come together?
Angela Stanzel - 19 May 2017
Beijing is trying to create an inclusive narrative around its new Silk Road initiative, but fails to convince the sceptics.
François Godement - 16 May 2017
Trump’s hard-nosed approach to North Korea is likely to have played a role in the election of a South Korean president who takes a softer view of Pyongyang, and who opposes US intervention.
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