How the new Silk Road could de-provincialise the Mediterranean Community

In his chinaaandgreece.com article Vasilis Trigkas from Tsinghua University  elaborates on the strategic significance of the Mediterranean and the potential impact upon it by China’s ‘One Belt One Road’. He, inter alia, focuses on the role Greece could play and considers it critical for European experts to conduct research on Beijing’s new Silk Road […]

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Website liberal.gr outlines China’s role on North Korea nuclear issue

The website liberal.gr published an article by Theano-Damiana Agaloglou assessing the role of China in the context of North Korea nuclear issue. In particular, Ms Agaloglou argues that China has potentially the key for a future solution as it can partly influence the regime of Pyongyang. She also analyses why Beijing is not prepared to …

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Elements of China’s future development

In his interview with chinaandgreece.com Professor of International Relations at Panteion University Harry Papasotiriou concentrates on main elements of China’s future development. He explains the current economic model of China and uses historical lessons to explain its current […]

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From Varoufakis’ illusions to the Sino-Greek deal

Former Finance Minister of Greece Yanis Varoufakis gave recently a TV interview saying that the Greek government came to an agreement with China for financial assistance in the first months of 2015. This agreement, he asserts, was finally blocked due to Germany’s intervention […]

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The road towards RMB internationalisation

Talking to chinaandgreece.com Professor of Finance at Wuhan University Peng Hongfeng discusses perspectives for China’s economy. He principally focuses on the recent decision of the IMF to include the RMB in its SDR as well as on the stock market crisis […]

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Greek scholars from Democritus University receive international recognition

Although Greece is suffering by an unprecedented economic crisis, the quantity and quality of its research are higher in comparison to invested funds. There are several scholars and researchers who overcome the lack of liquidity in Greece by managing to secure EU funding in spite of tough competition. One of them is Associate Professor of Economics at Democritus University of Thrace, Dr Periklis Gogas who talks on chinaandgreece.com […]

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Issues shaping agenda of Sino-European relations

One of the most renowned international scholars on China’s affairs Dr Nicola Casarini, from Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI)* gives an exclusive interview on chinaandgreece.com on Sino-European relations. In particular, he focuses […]

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