Why does institutionalized security cooperation in the Asia-Pacific remain fragmented? What is the way forward after the arbitration tribunal’s verdict on the South China Sea? Dr. Gudrun Wacker from the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) tells us about conflict management in the South China Sea and the role of Europe and Germany in Asian security.
YCW’s Insa Ewert and Jan Philipp Pöter dissect the impact of Brexit on China’s relations with the UK and EU, and find that an independent Britain would mean disadvantages for London and Brussels, but possible benefits for Beijing.
This is the second part of a two-part conversation on EU-China relations. Catch up to the conversation here. In the span of a few weeks this year, the leaders of Germany, the UK, and France held bilateral meetings with Chinese
This is the first part of a two-part conversation on EU-China relations. Next week, YCW will return to our participants for final thoughts. In the span of a few weeks this year, the leaders of Germany, the UK, and France
Chiara Zannini is Director of Content of YCW Brussels. She works at Polint, an EU consultancy operating in Brussels, specializing in EU Public Affairs and EU-Asia Relations. She is a co-founder of Track2Asia, a Brussels-based NGO aimed at improving cultural