François Godement: Publications

Cover: China at the gates: A new power audit of EU-China relations

China at the gates: A new power audit of EU-China relations

by François Godement, Abigaël Vasselier - 01st December, 2017

Europeans should adopt more realist positions vis-à-vis China, to defend their own interests and urgently restore balance in the relationship.

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Cover: Pre-empting defeat: In search of North Korea’s nuclear doctrine

Pre-empting defeat: In search of North Korea’s nuclear doctrine

by Léonie Allard, Mathieu Duchâtel & François Godement - 22nd November, 2017

Pyongyang’s is prepared to carry out a pre-emptive nuclear strike against both military and civilian targets if it detects an imminent attack.

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Cover: China and the Mediterranean: Open for business?

China and the Mediterranean: Open for business?

by François Godement, Dragan Pavlićević, Agatha Kratz, Abigaël Vasselier, Moritz Rudolf & Jérôme Doyon - 21st June, 2017



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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: 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: 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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Cover: China and Brexit: what’s in it for us?

China and Brexit: what’s in it for us?

by François Godement, Angela Stanzel - 09th September, 2016

This special issue of China Analysis looks at the first comments published in China in the wake of the Brexit shock.

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Cover: A hundred think tanks bloom in China

A hundred think tanks bloom in China

by Jérôme Doyon, François Godement, Angela Stanzel, Abigaël Vasselier - 25th August, 2016

China is enjoying a "think tank Spring" but its policy institutes suffer from a lack of independence due to their reliance on an authoritarian state

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Cover: China’s market economy status and the European interest

China’s market economy status and the European interest

by François Godement - 23rd June, 2016

“China’s market economy status and the European interest” argues that the question of market economy status is a red herring.

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