Andrew Small - 13 January 2020
The US-China trade deal could make life tougher for Europe. But there are risks for China too in provoking greater coalition-building against it.
Janka Oertel - 19 December 2019
A decision looms for Britain on 5G and Huawei. London’s choice will signal whether it wishes to stay close to Europe when dealing with Beijing – or to go its own way.
David Marques - 02 April 2019
The EU and its member states have the chance to ramp up the defence of Uighurs at the 9 April EU-China summit in Brussels. They should seize it
Elsa B Kania - 06 November 2018
If AI technologies prove revolutionary, China could emerge as a true global leader in innovation - an excerpt from our latest China Analysis
Adam Knight - 30 October 2018
China’s social credit system has deep roots in Chinese culture and history - an excerpt from our latest China Analysis
François Godement - 28 February 2018
"With loss of Eden, till one greater Man Restore us, and regain the blissful Seat" (John Milton)
François Godement & Agatha Kratz - 23 June 2016
Two new publications from the European Council of Foreign Relations look at the real issues behind the question of market economy status.
Agatha Kratz - 20 July 2015
The EU should not race to the bottom and match Chinese prices and standards but differentiate and provide quality rather than quantity in finance.
Thomas König - 29 October 2012
Ahead of the selection of China’s new leadership on November 8th, Thomas König of ECFR’s China Programme explains what the process involves, who the new men will be, and why it matters.
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