Publications

Cover: Discipline and punish: Party power under Xi

Discipline and punish: Party power under Xi

by Jérôme Doyon, François Godement - 14th March, 2017

Why China's President has made Party discipline a centrepiece of his administration.

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Cover: Expanded ambitions, shrinking achievements: How China sees the global order
Cover: Peripheral Vision: How Europe can help preserve Tunisia’s fragile democracy

Peripheral Vision: How Europe can help preserve Tunisia’s fragile democracy

by Hamza Meddeb - 13th January, 2017

Tunisia's transition to democracy risks falling foul of the same dynamics that brought down the Ben Ali regime.

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Cover: After ISIS: How to Win the Peace in Iraq and Libya

After ISIS: How to Win the Peace in Iraq and Libya

by Hayder al-Khoei, Ellie Geranmayeh , Mattia Toaldo - 04th January, 2017

Recent terror attacks in Berlin, Baghdad and Istanbul demonstrate that defeating ISIS militarily is only half the battle.

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Cover: Yemen’s Forgotten War: How Europe Can Lay the Foundations for Peace

Yemen’s Forgotten War: How Europe Can Lay the Foundations for Peace

by Adam Baron - 20th December, 2016

The ‘forgotten war’ of Yemen is now matching the headline-grabbing conflict in Syria in its severity, and can no longer be ignored by European governments

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Cover: Heavy Metal Diplomacy: Russia’s Political Use of its Military in Europe since 2014

Heavy Metal Diplomacy: Russia’s Political Use of its Military in Europe since 2014

by Mark Galeotti - 19th December, 2016

How the Kremlin uses its military as an instrument of coercive diplomacy

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Cover: China’s investment in influence: the future of 16+1 cooperation

China’s investment in influence: the future of 16+1 cooperation

by Angela Stanzel, Agatha Kratz, Justyna Szczudlik & Dragan Pavlićević - 14th December, 2016

Uneven progress towards “16+1” cooperation frustrates Chinese ambitions

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Cover: Big is beautiful? State-owned enterprise mergers under Xi Jinping

Big is beautiful? State-owned enterprise mergers under Xi Jinping

by Wendy Leutert & François Godement - 30th November, 2016

Chinese state-owned enterprise mergers raise fears of ‘too big to regulate’ companies

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Cover: Trouble on the tracks: Averting the Turkey-EU ‘train wreck’

Trouble on the tracks: Averting the Turkey-EU ‘train wreck’

by Asli Aydıntaşbaş - 24th November, 2016

Despite the vote in the European Parliament to “freeze” Turkey’s EU accession talks, there is still a chance to save the troubled EU-Turkey relationship.

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Cover: China and Russia: Gaming the West

China and Russia: Gaming the West

by Mathieu Duchâtel, François Godement - 02nd November, 2016

The latest edition of China Analysis assesses the growing relationship between Russia and China.

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