Britain and China lock horns at home and abroad
A threat, originating in China and kept secret by the Chinese state, continues to spread around the world, infecting as many as it can.
Ukraine needs to rethink its cooperation with the Chinese government and stop compromising human rights principles for foreign investment.
Sharpening NATO’s Competitive Edge
Securing the digital Eastern front from Sofia to Tallinn is essential for the upcoming decade of great power competition in the digital realm.
Ultimately, both the U.S. and EU want an open, global and safe internet rather than a state-controlled internet, as is sought by China, Russia, or Turkey.
Lithuania stands up to China — but who will follow?
The EU and the U.S. are being curiously reticent about a deal to save Montenegro from China’s grasp.
A steady land grab for the strategic semiconductor technology is underway — by fair means or foul