Understanding EU Relations with China and Taiwan in the Indo-Pacific: An Interview with Dr. Zsuzsa Anna Ferenczy
In the context of growing tension in Cross-Strait relations and rethinking European strategies in the Indo-Pacific post-COVID-19, ISDP intern Foster Cunliffe sat down with Dr. Zsusza Ferenczy to shed light on current EU policy on Taiwan, China, and the wider Indo-Pacific, and to discuss where relations can build in the coming years. Dr. Zsuzsa Ferenczy is an Associated Research Fellow with the Stockholm Center for South Asian and Indo-Pacific Affairs (SCSA-IPA) at the Institute for Security and Development Policy (ISDP), Sweden.
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A Possible Strategy for the Defense of Taiwan
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Can India Rupture the Semiconductor Market?
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