How could we achieve a trilateral relationship between China, the EU and the US and consolidate it with climate goals?
COVID-19 is a global killer. Austerity needs to succumb.
Stakeholders from government, private sector, media and academia/institutions come together to review India-EU relations and point to a promising direction for the future.
COVID-19 almost one year on, it is time to assess who passed the test, and who failed.
The European Union owes much of its economic weight to its regional value chain and integration into the global value chain. But the EU’s global value chain role is shrinking, and while EU trade integration with China is increasing, it is mainly to China’s benefit, undermining the EU’s external competitiveness.
Shocks pass, but change remains a constant. We need to start focusing on permanent changes in the economy and how to adapt to them.
Although the economic implications of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) for the EU are modest, the geopolitical and strategic implications are not. With the arrival of a new US administration and the central role of China in the bloc, the EU needs to outline an Asian commercial strategy that reconciles the importance of China and the transatlantic relationship.
What should be Europe's strategy towards the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)?
China is no doubt bound to benefit, but other members of the regional trade pact may benefit even more
Testimony before the European Parliament on the subject of China-EU economic relations.
Political change in Belarus also requires deep economic reforms - what next for the country?
A new plan to tackle foreign subsidies would empower the European Commission to investigate foreign investments in the European Union, with Chinese investment particularly in the spotlight. This increased scrutiny could deter some investors. Overall however, fairer competition is worth some lost opportunities.