Tag: #CEE

Voice for CHOICE: Filip Šebok on CCP-led Party diplomacy in CEE

Filip Šebok is a China Research Fellow at the Association for International Affairs (AMO), Prague, Czech Republic.

How China is buying influence in Europe

As the novel coronavirus ravages national economies and people’s lives, leaving businesses and countries struggling for years, the European Union has issued a warning, requesting the Member States “to be vigilant and use all tools available at...

One China under media heaven: How Beijing hones its skills in information operations

Ivana Karásková wrote an analysis for the European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats on China‘s information operations in CEE. Traditionally, China’s influence toolbox has contained a mixture of public diplomacy and propaganda targeting political and economic...

China’s Sticks and Carrots in Central Europe: The Logic and Power of Chinese Influence

A new comparative study of the MapInfluenCE project has revealed that China has been using a targeted mix of ‘carrots’ and 'sticks' to increase its influence in Central European countries. Findings reveal that China does not use a...

China’s Infrastructure Push in Europe

The article was originally published at The Diplomat and is republished here with the permission of the author. The Chinese presence in Europe is rapidly gaining momentum; however, China should not be seen as...

Handbook for Stakeholders: Empty Shell No More: China’s Growing Footprint in Central and Eastern...

The new CHOICE (China Observers in Central and Eastern Europe) audit now comes also in the form of a handbook for stakeholders. The handbook summarizes the key takeaways from the unique audit of 17+1 undertaken by CHOICE. The full-length...

Empty Shell No More: China’s Growing Footprint in Central and Eastern Europe

The result of the first collaborative research project of scholars from the CHOICE network is now out! The new CHOICE (China Observers in Central and Eastern Europe) audit reveals that the People’s Republic of...

Berlin Muddles Through Again: Why Lack of Germany’s China Strategy Should Make CEE Countries...

Much talk has been in the media recently about China gaining the upper hand in the Sino-German relationship. Facing economic disruptions stemming from the coronavirus epidemic in China, it is a good time to look back and...

Political Connectedness of Chinese Companies: A Perspective from CEE

Over the recent years, the most attention-drawing topic related to China in Europe seems to have been its inbound investment in the region. Alerted by the growing FDI inflow from China along with its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), the...

Xi-for-Li Swap Without a Second Thought?

Xi Jinping, the General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) better known in the West for his ancillary position as the president of People’s Republic of China (PRC), will replace China’s prime minister Li Keqiang as...

How China Influences Media in Central and Eastern Europe

China has successfully planted its narratives on topics like the Hong Kong protests into major news outlets across Central and Eastern Europe. This article was originally published at The Diplomat.

Voice for CHOICE: Tamás Matura on the Impact of China-US Power Struggle on CEE

Tamás Matura is the founder of the Central and Eastern European Center for Asian Studies and works as an assistant professor of international relations at the Corvinus University of Budapest.
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