EU Countries

China and the EU: A Tale of Two Summits

COVID-19 has accelerated shifting dynamics in EU-China relations.

Today must be start of a new EU-China relationship

Europe said ‘never again.’ Why is it silent on Uighur genocide?

Leaders must insist at EU-China summit that Beijing respect human rights.

Europe’s China weak spot: Germany

EU diplomats say Berlin’s focus on the economy have put human rights on the back burner.

The European Union bows to China’s imperialism (again)

Nine EU parliamentarians and experts call for change in ‘one China’ policy, urging support for Taiwan democracy

EU-China Summit Has Some Germans Rethinking Relations With Beijing

The EU-China Summit: Some progress with little deliverables

UPDATE 2-Be courageous in diplomacy, EU chief says, proposing new sanctions

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