Dear friends and supporters of ECFR,
Over this last week, the focus in our offices – as in much of Europe – has been on the outcome of efforts to form a plan that saves the euro. Did the politicians succeed? Here are some pieces that might inform the debate:
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Have a good weekend,
Chinesische Experten und Intellektuelle analysieren im ECFR-Essayband „China 3.0“ die politischen Trends, die das neue China ausmachen.
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