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OSW Studies | | Jakub Jakóbowski, Kamil Kłysiński
Relations between China and Belarus have been developing intensively over the past decade. This process has been fuelled by Beijing’s growing global ambitions as well as Minsk’s efforts to modernise the Belarusian economy and to partially…
OSW Studies | | Michał Bogusz
Territorial disputes occur in the South China Sea, which is a major hot spot in East Asia and to a large degree also globally. Due to its fundamental importance for global maritime transport, its natural resources and its strategic…
OSW Report | | Michał Bogusz, Jakub Jakóbowski
The fundamental feature of the Chinese political system is the primacy of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its control over all areas of the state’s operation as well as a large part of the economy. The CCP regards the state as a tool…
Point of View | | Witold Rodkiewicz
Russia’s long-term goal is to prevent the reunification of the Korean peninsula under the aegis of the United States and to weaken the US ’s position in the
OSW Studies | | Jakub Jakóbowski, Konrad Popławski, Marcin Kaczmarski
The report discusses the current state and future prospects of rail connections between China and the countries of the European Union. Special emphasis is placed on the role of Central Europe. 
Point of View | | Jakub Jakóbowski
The slackening pace of important economic reforms, as well as the stimulus measures taken in response to the 2008 crisis to boost investments, have all led to a huge build-up of debt and created imbalances in the Chinese economy, including…
Point of View | | Marcin Kaczmarski
The New Silk Road is China’s main foreign policy project, devised under Xi Jinping. Beijng is striving to build up durable influence in the states in its neighbourhood. At the same time, China’s view of the international order is…
OSW Studies | | Marcin Kaczmarski
Chinese elites do not treat Europe as an equal partner and are convinced that China holds the upper hand over Europe.
OSW Studies | | Józef Lang, Maciej Falkowski
The end of the Western military presence in Central Asia will mean the West’s influence on the security sphere in the region will be marginalised.
OSW Studies | | Krzysztof Strachota, Aleksandra Jarosiewicz
The collapse of the USSR brought about conditions conducive to the dynamic development of relations between Central Asia and China. These relations have evolved from deep mistrust to the continually growing Chinese presence primarily in…