Paper presented at the workshop “Mapping China’s footprint in the world II”, organised by Sinopsis and the Oriental Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences.
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.
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.
Thirty years ago, the CCP’s army massacred peaceful demonstrators on Tian’anmen square, putting an end to a nationwide protest movement. In this interview, Andréa Worden remembers 1989 as she experienced it in Changsha and Beijing.
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.
The New Zealand parliament’s inquiry on foreign interference hears about the main components, goals and tactics of the CCP’s global influence apparatus, as well as policy recommendations on how to respond to inappropriate interference activities.
At a closed-door event during the Vienna Security Week, Huawei executives double down on ‘foreignized’ lawfare.
How the Belt and Road Initiative threatens to undermine the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The corrosive impact of China’s economic statecraft on the integrity of EU political systems. Sinopsis policy brief available in html and pdf.