In the Philippines, Marcos Jr.’s Win Bodes Well for China, Too

This article is part of a series from CHOICE focusing on the impact of elections on countries' China policy. On May 9, 2022, the Philippines conducted what can be considered its most historic and...

China Policy to Take a Back Seat after Slovenian Elections

This article is part of a series from CHOICE focusing on the impact of elections across Europe on China policy. On April 24, Slovenians headed to the polls to decide in what many called...
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The Ambiguities of Macron’s China Policy

This article is part of a series from CHOICE focusing on the impact of elections across Europe on China policy. On April 24, in front of the Eiffel Tower and a sea of European...

War in Ukraine Brings Belgrade Closer to Beijing

This article is part of an exclusive new series from CHOICE focusing on China as a topic in elections across Central and Eastern Europe. Russian aggression in Ukraine is not only a defining moment...

Sino-Slovenian Relations Off to a Rocky Start in 2022

This article is part of both our Election Monitor series focusing on China as a topic in elections across Central and Eastern Europe as well as a series of articles authored by young, aspiring China scholars under...

Hungary-China Relations: Is it Time for a Change?

This article is part of a series of articles authored by young, aspiring China scholars under the Future CHOICE initiative. In the past decade, the CEE region has often been singled out for cozy ties...

As Czechs Head to the Polls, China Remains on the Margins

This article is part of an exclusive new series from CHOICE focusing on China as a topic in elections across Central and Eastern Europe. As Czechs hand in their ballots today and tomorrow, they...

Germany’s China Policy is Set for a Rethink After the Elections

This article is part of an exclusive new series from CHOICE focusing on China as a topic in elections across Central and Eastern Europe. Germany under Angela Merkel has attempted to navigate a “middle...

Despite Protests, China Policy is Not a Pivotal Issue in CEE Elections

This article is the first in an exclusive new series from CHOICE entitled on China as a topic in elections across Central and Eastern Europe. Thousands of angry citizens rally in Budapest, bolstered by...

CHOICE Election Monitor: Analyzing the China Issue Across Europe’s Upcoming Elections

As campaigns hurtle toward a conclusion in Czechia and Germany, Hungarian and French elections are just kicking off in earnest. In many of these upcoming elections, European and national policies towards Beijing, as well as economic relations...