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’s strategy in the Middle East

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Recent tensions in the Middle East have drawn global attention to the region, where China’s engagement has grown substantially over the past decade. How does Beijing assess its relationships with states in the Arab world, and how are Chinese policymakers viewing the future of U.S.-China tensions in the region?

Feb 23, 2024

The National News – 16 February 2024

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"What is China's real position on the Israel-Gaza war?", an analysis made by Andrea Ghiselli (T.wai & Fudan University) and Mohammed Alsudairi for The National News.

Feb 16, 2024

The National Interest – 3 February 2024

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Enrico Fardella (T.wai & University of Naples "L'Orientale") is interviewed in the article "Iran-Pakistan Tensions and China’s Diplomatic Cards" on The National Interest.

Feb 5, 2024

‘Whatever It Takes’: The Political Economy of the Chinese Communist Party

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The ‘Communist’ and the ‘Chinese’ elements have always been present in the design and implementation of the Party’s political economy. True, we have seen waves of change over the decades, including periods of liberalisation and privatisation and then greater state control, but the basic philosophy and identification of the dilemmas…

Jan 30, 2024

Taiwan nella visione strategica del Giappone: continuità e prospettive dopo le elezioni

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[IT] La vittoria elettorale del DPP lascia inalterate le fonti di frizione tra i principali attori coinvolti nella questione taiwanese. La tensione che ha preceduto la campagna elettorale è probabilmente destinata a rinnovarsi, esponendo il Giappone a nuovi rischi.

Jan 30, 2024
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    • 30 May 2024

      “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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