Turkey, Russia and China covet Western Balkans as EU puts enlargement on hold

By |junij 24th, 2019|16+1, Albania, Belt and Road Initiative, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, EU accession, Kosovo, Kosovo war, Montenegro, Muslims, Nato, News, North Macedonia, Orthodox Church, Ottoman empire, Russian propaganda, Serbia, Turkey, Western Balkans|

Unless the EU accession process of the Western Balkans picks up the pace, the six countries of the region may examine alternatives for their countries’ external orientation, including boosting relations with China, Russia, Turkey and the Gulf States, a report...

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Visegrad express railway project unveiled

By |oktober 2nd, 2018|16+1, Belt and Road Initiative, China, Hungary, News, Peter Szijjarto, Visegrad Four|

Four Central European countries announced Monday (1 October) a plan to build a high-speed rail link between Budapest and Warsaw, said Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter  Szijjártó. The planned two-track line would allow train travel at 250 kilometres (miles) per hour,...

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Europe needs to wake up to China’s influencing strategies

By |julij 30th, 2018|16+1, Belt and Road Initiative, China, geopolitics, investigative journalism, lobbying, media excellence, money laundering, New Silk Road, News, transparency|

As Europe is waking up to the Chinese party-state’s growing influence inside its territory, China experts in Europe need to make themselves heard, write Tabitha Speelman and  Matej Šimalčík.

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Fraser Cameron: I don’t think the EU is hostile to New Silk Road

By |julij 9th, 2018|16+1, Belt and Road Initiative, China, New Silk Road, News|

As long as the principles of the OECD, the World Bank and the IMF on transparency, public procurement and sustainable development are observed, the European Union is not hostile to China's New Silk Road project, Fraser Cameron told EURACTIV.

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