Stuck in the Middle: Israel’s Balancing Act amid the US-China Rivalry
With the Middle East undergoing significant geopolitical changes, many regional powers, including Israel, are entering a new era of their foreign policy. And as the superpower competition between Washington and Beijing intensifies, particularly in…
Not Really Probing the East: Romania’s Position on Chinese Investments
Romania has maintained a very cautious—and reluctant—position in dealing with Beijing, even before China’s recent heightened tensions with the United States rose to prominence on the global scene.
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.