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FRANKLY SPEAKING – Using Brexit to stem the tide of euroscepticism
Giles Merritt looks at the prospects for the EU to address its shortcomings after Brexit.
5G won't just be faster, it will be the backbone of the digital society, enabling a trillion-euro EU market driven by the Internet of Things
Looking at Europe and China, the word ‘unprecedented’ often comes to mind when describing the current state of relations in all areas
The Forum looked at the multi-faceted EU-China relationship just days after the 18th EU-China Summit held in Beijing on July 12-15.
The unique features of China's diplomacy as a major country originate from its history.
The challenge of absorbing so many newcomers requires a substantial policy re-think throughout the EU.
The nature of the EU and China partnership is gradually changing, as both face the challenge of maintaining sustainable economic growth.
Giles Merritt weighs up the options for EU reform to resist Brexit aftershocks sweeping the union.
The changing nature of Chinese-African relations offers the EU valuable lessons for how it too might redefine interactions with Africa.
This global essay contest aims at crowdsourcing solutions to one of Europe’s biggest political and economic conundrums.
Europe has emerged as one of the top destinations for Chinese foreign investment. However the economic ‘footprint’ and impact of Chinese FDI in the EU is expanding.
Zhang Haiyan explores global value chains and their advantages for China and Europe.