Angela Stanzel, Agatha Kratz, Justyna Szczudlik & Dragan Pavlićević
China continues to prioritise its own strategic priorities over counter-proliferation and international accords.
Voices in favour of screening incoming Chinese investment dominate debate in Europe.
Don’t expect China to lead the defence of the global order.
Our experts and eminent guests talk about Europe’s role in the world.
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23 March 2017
Josef Janning is quoted in the Financial Times on the EU's "classic symptoms of overstretch".
22 March 2017
Richard Gowan is quoted on Trump's push to cut the U.N. budget.
21 March 2017
Mattia Toaldo is quoted on the UK's involvement in the Libyan crisis.
21 March 2017
Josef Janning discusses the EU refugee crisis and the Greek debt crisis on Phoenix Runde with Giorgos Chondros (Syriza), Majid Sattar (FAZ), Rosalia Romaniec (Deutsche Welle) and Anke Plättner (Moderation).
Chinese state-owned enterprise mergers raise fears of ‘too big to regulate’ companies
Host countries like Serbia have more clout with Beijing than you would think.
India and the EU have plenty of chances to cooperate but the relationship continues to disappoint.
China’s response to the terror threat is becoming increasingly militarised and could accelerate if there are more attacks on Chinese nationals.
As the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor begins to take shape, the troubled province of Balochistan could become a flashpoint for regional competition.
Mark Leonard speaks with Angela Stanzel, Francois Godement and Susi Dennison, about what the British exit from the EU will mean for China and Asia, and how the East can gain from the new landscape.
Africa is big enough for both, but there is a risk that the rivalry between China and India could play out to the detriment of African interests.
The recent arbitration ruling against China’s claims to South China Sea territories may trigger a dangerous new period of escalation.