Vlad Vernygora
Vlad Vernygora
DsocSc Candidate at the University of Lapland (Finland) and Lecturer in International Relations at the Department of Law, Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia); research interests include contemporary political empires, Europe’s interactions with the Asia-Pacific, the EU and its neighborhood, the Belt and Road Initiative, and neo-regionalism
The Framework of China’s Cooperation with Central-Eastern Europe: A View from the Baltics

The Framework of China’s Cooperation with Central-Eastern Europe: A View from the Baltics

This small material represents an interpretation-based commentary on a particular issue – how a strategically important region for a global actor could clearly determine its role within a sophisticated framework related to a geo-strategic initiative of another global actor. Our discussion revolves around the Baltic States, the EU, China, its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), and, a direct extension of the latter, the Chinese state’s rapidly developing interconnectedness with a patchy region of sixteen Central and Eastern European countries (the 16+1 Initiative).  More

No. 4, Mar.-Apr. 2017 2017


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