1989 and 2019 in Prague and Beijing.
The June 4 massacre as seen from New Zealand, and the new era of political control that followed.
Following the Prague 5G Security Conference’s stress on transparency and the “model of governance” of countries influencing ICT suppliers, an analysis of Central and Eastern European interactions with Huawei, with new details about the company’s Party links and underreported reactions in the Baltics.
A public warning by the Czech cyber watchdog is met with some heavy-handed PRC diplomacy.
And an academic disclosing the mechanism gets caught in its crosshairs.
In New Zealand, Anne-Marie Brady, an academic who investigated the CCP’s influence in local politics has become the target of a series of incidents which, taken together with attacks from Party-directed media, are consistent with an intimidation campaign.
Interview with Magnus Fiskesjö, Associate Professor of Anthropology at Cornell University and former Director of the Stockholm Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities.
Repurposing the parliamentary system through party donations.
Unrealistic expectations, over-reliance on state-to-state relations and a shortage of local hi-tech and global brands contribute to low Chinese investment. Manufacturing and services could offer some reprieve.
Great powers in the region increasingly rely on non-military and hybrid methods to ‘win’ wars against opponents.