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Taiwan and Central and Eastern Europe Are More Than Just Pawns in Bigger Players’ Game

Despite media narratives minimizing the agency of CEE states and Taiwan, their role in international relations should not be reduced to being merely passive receivers of bigger players’ decisions. Their historical experience dealing with Russia and China can serve as important sources of knowledge and inspiration when it comes to building resilience in the face of authoritarian powers.

How China Lost Central and Eastern Europe

The article was originally published by Friedrich Naumann Foundation (FNF) in English and German and is republished here with permission. Central and Eastern Europe’s attention is currently fixed on the Russian invasion of Ukraine.…