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China’s growing influence in the West: How is the EU affected?

The European Union (EU) and China established formal diplomatic ties in 1975 with the aim of facilitating cooperation in the areas of ‘peace, prosperity…

5.06.2019
In search of a common ground: European and Chinese engagement in Central Asia

China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is often seen as a rival to the European Union’s (EU) take on connectivity. This has to do…

9.06.2019
AN INSIGHT: CHINA-CEEC 2019 SUMMIT, “BUILDING BRIDGES OF OPENNESS, INNOVATION, AND PARTNERSHIP”

The 16 +1 Summit provides an opportunity for the increased cooperation of China with the CEEC, in sectors such as trade, infrastructure, and tourism.

3.05.2019
Latvia’s ‘China Policy’ and the role of the ’16+1′

Una Aleksandra Bērziņa-Čerenkova

05.03.2019