Assessing the impact of China on global governance in the age of power diffusion

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Assessing the impact of China on global governance in the age of power diffusion

China Global South Project – 30 May 2024

Global China In the media

Leonardo Bruni (T.wai) gives an overview of ChinaMed's updated dataset on China's commercial, security and trade influence across the Middle East, North Africa and Southern Europe, for the China Global South Project.

May 30, 2024

Exploring new data on Sino-Mediterranean relations: trade, energy, security and contracts

Global China Research & Policy Papers

Leonardo Bruni (T.wai) gives an overview of ChinaMed's updated dataset on China's commercial, security and trade influence across the Middle East, North Africa and Southern Europe.

May 27, 2024

China Global South Project – 22 May 2024

Global China In the media

Anja Duvnjak and Leonardo Bruni (ChinaMed, T.wai) analyze the Serbian media debate on relations with China on the occasion of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s state visit to Belgrade, for the China Global South Project.

May 23, 2024

Serbian media on Xi Jinping’s visit to Belgrade

Global China Research & Policy Papers

For the ChinaMed Observer, Anja Duvnjak and Leonardo Bruni (ChinaMed, T.wai) analyze the Serbian media debate on relations with China on the occasion of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s state visit to Belgrade.

May 21, 2024

Rai Tre – 14 maggio 2024

Global China In the media

[IT] Giovanni B. Andornino è ospite della puntata “Taiwan: l'isola contesa" della trasmissione “Passato e Presente”, in onda su Rai Tre e Rai Storia.

May 15, 2024
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      “This shift toward the Middle East can be partly attributed to China’s flourishing partnerships with the Arab states of the Gulf. With their abundant energy resources, political stability, and receptive stance toward China and Chinese businesses, these countries have emerged as Beijing’s preferred economic partners in the wider Mediterranean region. Conversely, Beijing is seemingly pulling back from much of North Africa and the Horn of Africa, regions increasingly beset by conflicts and instability, while the European Union is becoming less receptive toward China, both politically and economically.”

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