10.07.2020
In Silencing Its People, China Invites Disaster

World-renowned dissident cartoonist Badiucao speaks about his journey, the current situation in Hong Kong and China, and the future of democracy around the world.

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24.06.2020
Stronger Public Health, Stronger Europe

For the EU, resilience will mean putting patient needs at the centre of public health and recognising that human health and environment are inextricably connected.

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17.06.2020
Geopolitics in Pandemic Times

As China uses the crisis to extend its influence, Europe needs ambitious policies for economic recovery if it wants to be a relevant global player.

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09.06.2020
The EU and China: From Strategic Partners to Systemic Rivals

For foreign policy analysts, the Covid-19 pandemic represents another twist in the winding path of EU-China relations.

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18.12.2019
“When it comes to China, we need to think bigger”

The world’s political order is in upheaval. Janka Oertel speaks about the Sino-American conflict, the 5G dispute, and Germany’s role in formulating a new European China policy.

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09.12.2019
Who Needs 5G in Malta?

Writing from Malta, Michele Kipiel argues that a democratic debate over what 5G technology is for and who controls it is both vital and urgent.

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04.10.2019
Who Is the World’s Moral Superpower? A Book Review

Chinese foreign policy expert Yan Xuetong’s new book opens the question of how morality as an instrument of power could reshape today’s world order.

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09.08.2019
The Limits of Geopolitical Thinking

A conversation on the geopolitical world Europe finds itself in, how different powers think about foreign relations differently, and what this all means for Eastern Europe.

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02.08.2019
Belarus in the Multipolar World

Strong ties with Russia prevent Belarus from becoming a fully neutral and independent state. To maintain sovereignty, Minsk must find its place in the multipolar world.

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16.07.2019
“Democracy is like a Sand Castle”

UCL assistant professor Brian Klaas discusses the West’s role in global democratic decline and what should be done to reverse this trend.

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