Italy and the BRI: A Love Story That Never Started
To renew, or not to renew, that is the question.
Italy’s Taiwan Policy at a Crossroads
The government of Georgia Meloni in Italy has to decide whether to upgrade its relationship with Taiwan as it reconsiders ties with China.
Still a Sceptic: How Italy’s New Government Could Influence the EU’s Approach to China
Rome’s ‘Italy First’ approach to China will not necessarily undermine EU strategy on the country, and it could even strengthen it. The article was originally published by ECFR and is republished here with the permission…
The New Italian Government Could Be a Headache for China
The upcoming right-wing coalition in Italy is set to shake up ties with China and Taiwan, partly in a bid to boost the Atlanticism credentials of the likely next prime minister, Georgia Meloni, criticized…
What’s Left in the West: China’s Short and Long-term Gains in Italy
This article is the first of a series of articles authored by young, aspiring China scholars under the Future CHOICE initiative. As the first European country hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, Italy has clearly…