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China’s Inroads into Central, Eastern, and South Eastern Europe

Regional and Global Implications for Germany and the EU

Could China’s quiet but steadily rising penetration of Central Europe bear risks for the EU? Certainly, Beijing is using the region as a gateway to Western Europe’s markets while including the EU in its “Eurasian” integration project. But a deepening trade triangle of China, Germany, and Central European countries could put other EU countries at an economic disadvantage. Germany must address this risk, carefully balancing national interest and European cohesion.

Dr. Jacopo Maria Pepe

Stabilitätsfaktor Rumänien?

Regionale Interessen rumänischer Außenpolitik im Spannungsfeld zwischen EU, Russland und den USA

Sarah Wohlfeld
Policy Brief