Hasty arrangements to donate two teapots to the Czech National Museum before the Tiananmen anniversary illustrate the CCP’s low-key cooptation of European politics and officialdom.
Much like in the Czech Republic, CEFC in Georgia touted investments that never came, and coopted local political elites – with the help of some colorful characters.
A mysterious company paves the New Silk Road in Eastern Europe and beyond
La perspectiva de la República Checa.
The new Czech government still struggles with the lingering power of the president and special business interest.
After a period of infatuation, promise fatigue and changing geopolitics have led to policy changes from Vilnius to Bucharest.
Interview with Alex Joske on his new report on the united front system and CCP influence abroad.
The past is over, and the future’s not what it used to be.
Taiwan serves as a “testing ground” for CCP interference tactics. Many of the tools and methods that prove effective could eventually be used in other societies.
Interview with Alex Joske on his research on alleged intelligence activities, defence universities and the CCP’s global influence operations.