Mathieu Duchatel

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Opinion | Why China senses strategic advantage in its ‘new historical starting point’ with Europe

Mathieu Duchâtel writes that as trade ties between the EU and the US may be tested in 2020, Beijing thinks the moment to push the transatlantic alliance may be at hand.

Mathieu Duchâtel writes that as trade ties between the EU and the US may be tested in 2020, Beijing thinks the moment to push the transatlantic alliance may be at hand.

28 Dec 2019 - 10:56PM
Opinion | What’s ahead for the new EU commission as it addresses the imbalances in China ties

Mathieu Duchâtel writes that continuity should be expected from the new team under Ursula Von der Leyen on a defensive China policy agenda, focused on rebalancing the trade and investment relationship.

Mathieu Duchâtel writes that continuity should be expected from the new team under Ursula Von der Leyen on a defensive China policy agenda, focused on rebalancing the trade and investment relationship.

2 Dec 2019 - 10:14PM
Opinion | How China is relying on Russia to achieve ‘strategic stability’ with the US

Mathieu Duchâtel writes that a shared ambition to change the international order and a concern for the nuclear balance of power with the US are helping China get what it needs from Russia.

Mathieu Duchâtel writes that a shared ambition to change the international order and a concern for the nuclear balance of power with the US are helping China get what it needs from Russia.

10 Dec 2019 - 10:58PM
Opinion | How China is positioning its counterterrorism forces to play a greater role

Mathieu Duchâtel writes that China is not creating military options for deterrence purposes or psychological warfare only. Military action in the name of counterterrorism is plausible in the years ahead.

Mathieu Duchâtel writes that China is not creating military options for deterrence purposes or psychological warfare only. Military action in the name of counterterrorism is plausible in the years ahead.

31 Aug 2019 - 10:28PM
Opinion | While weighing 5G security risks, France predicts it can manage Huawei without banning it

Mathieu Duchâtel writes that the French government is creating a regulatory environment that helps reduce its vulnerability to foreign intelligence collection.

Mathieu Duchâtel writes that the French government is creating a regulatory environment that helps reduce its vulnerability to foreign intelligence collection.

28 Jul 2019 - 10:13PM
Opinion | Europe-China political unity still far off despite Xi Jinping’s nimble diplomacy on tour

Mathieu Duchatel writes that Chinese diplomacy worked in Rome with a divided Italy and in Paris with a Franco-German-EU coalition, but the problem of a lack of a political engine for Europe-China cooperation remained unsolved.

Mathieu Duchatel writes that Chinese diplomacy worked in Rome with a divided Italy and in Paris with a Franco-German-EU coalition, but the problem of a lack of a political engine for Europe-China cooperation remained unsolved.

30 Mar 2019 - 10:57PM
Opinion | Why China must get North Korea to lower its demands for sanctions relief in nuclear talks

Mathieu Duchatel writes that ‘dramatic shifts’ in Xi Jinping’s North Korea policy emerged during the failed Trump-Kim talks in Hanoi.

Mathieu Duchatel writes that ‘dramatic shifts’ in Xi Jinping’s North Korea policy emerged during the failed Trump-Kim talks in Hanoi.

9 Mar 2019 - 8:18PM
Opinion | EU-China relations face a bumpy road in the year ahead

Just as Europe becomes more restrictive, Beijing seeks to lower barriers for hi-tech acquisitions in a sign of an increasing mismatch between the European Union and China.

Just as Europe becomes more restrictive, Beijing seeks to lower barriers for hi-tech acquisitions in a sign of an increasing mismatch between the European Union and China.

5 Jan 2019 - 10:47PM
Opinion | How China’s reluctance to expand a fragile ‘rules-based order’ weakens its trust with Europe

Mathieu Duchatel writes that China’s unwillingness to broaden a commitment with other countries to follow agreed rules contradicts its pro-multilateral governance narrative.

Mathieu Duchatel writes that China’s unwillingness to broaden a commitment with other countries to follow agreed rules contradicts its pro-multilateral governance narrative.

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