People’s Republic of China

China-European Union relations: Expectations for 2024 and beyond

Charles Parton assesses the state of relations between the European Union and the People’s Republic of China in 2024 and beyond

China’s 2024 Third Plenum: Great Expectations or Hard Times?

Charles Parton assesses the potential deliberations of the Chinese Communist Party’s Third Plenum, which is due to be held in July 2024

Observing China: Three principles for the next British government

Elizabeth Lindley introduces the Council on Geostrategy’s China Observatory and identifies three principles for Britain when engaging with Beijing

Taiwan under Lai: The CCP’s prospects for ‘unification’

Elizabeth Lindley and Charles Parton analyse the challenges facing the CCP’s prospects of 'unification' with Taiwan under President Lai

China’s PLAN: Maritime dominion beyond the South China Sea

Emma Salisbury investigates the PRC’s naval build up and modernisation and its implications for the geopolitics of the South China Sea

Xi Jinping’s visit to Europe

Charles Parton reflects on Xi Jinping’s visit to Europe and what it says about the direction of Europe-China relations going forward

How can British education be made more resilient to foreign interference?

The Council on Geostrategy asks eight experts how British education can be made more resilient to foreign interference

Chinese counterfeit stamps: Economic warfare against the UK?

Elizabeth Lindley investigates the Chinese counterfeit stamp scandal in the UK and its wider ramifications

Chinese politics in 2024: Indications from the ‘Two Sessions’

Charles Parton investigates the political priorities of the CCP for the rest of 2024 in light of this year’s ‘Two Sessions’

China’s grey zone maritime operations near Taiwan intensify

Zack Liao investigates recent Chinese pressure in the maritime spaces around Taiwan and the intentions behind them