Tag: #Slovenia

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...

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...

Slovenian Presidency is Likely to Push China from Top EU Priorities

As far as EU presidency accessions go, Slovenia’s was rather inauspicious. Slovenia’s takeover of the Council of the EU presidency at the beginning of July was largely overshadowed by a barrage of criticism directed...

Fragmented Screening of Chinese Investments in CEE

Countries in Central and Eastern Europe have been perceived to have a less sensitive attitude towards foreign direct investments (FDI), leading to a common reputation as an easier entry point into the EU for foreign investors. Unfortunately,...