The global economy in continues to be affected by the pandemic. However, it is also marked by major geopolitical developments, from President Biden’s inauguration and a revival of the transatlantic relationship, to the continued rivalry with China, with the EU caught in-between these global trends.
Bruegel’s scholars cover the European Union’s increasing assertiveness towards neighbours over the past year, including the external repercussions of the European Green Deal, managing a crisis at its borders, building a future relationship with a former member, strengthening the international role of the euro and tackling a resurgent China.
A glimpse into the evolving landscape of Europe's engagement with China.
Repository of what we consider to be the most relevant macroeconomic data for China and EU-China relations.
This paper analyses China’s different attempts to internationalise its currency and how they have fared.
Greater alignment of the major economic powers is needed around a collective effort to improve security of supply for decarbonisation goods.
How can China navigate the country towards a more sustainable and balanced economic future?
The most far-reaching ramification of recent events is the inexorable advance of a world splitting into two poles.
Are we seeing a fatigue of ‘The Brussels Effect’?
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