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Relations between the EU and China have expanded and deepened amidst important changes in the EU and in China. Today, building on a broad-based framework of bilateral relations, engagements run through over sixty substantive and sectoral dialogues. The EU-China 2020
YCW Shanghai takes a deep dive into the fault lines of the India-China relationship with a panel of experts from academia and business. This moderated discussion will centre around framing a new model of engagement with a focus on the
Editor’s Note: The U.S.-China trade relationship was the featured topic of President Trump’s recent state visit to China, yet even with the announcement of $250 billion in business deals, it is far from clear where the administration’s policy is headed. On
As the world’s second largest film market, China’s film industry has grown rapidly in changing times. Shaped by broadening demand for entertainment and digital innovations, the movie scene is flourishing with the state, private and foreign investors increasingly competing and
What to expect from relations between China and India in the 21st century? Over the past few decades, China and India have managed to push their disputes into the background in order to cooperate with each other. The two countries