The Real Reasons Why Europe Is Concerned by the US Inflation Reduction Act
Analysis by Georgina Wright
The EU knows it cannot rely on IRA exemptions to protect its industry from unfair competition - the problem is, it can't agree on what measures to take.
Europe in the New Geopolitics of Technology
Europe faces a long-term resilience and competitiveness challenge, for which it has two main tools to act: industrial policies and controls over technology transfers.
China's Next Financial Crisis: A Matter of "When" Not "If"
Analysis by Philippe Aguignier
This paper is the last of a series analyzing the mechanisms generating financial instability in China: how they are dealt with, why they reoccur, and the risks that they might spread to the rest of the world.
Xi Jinping - The Emperor's New Clothes
Analysis by François Godement
Policy developments for the past few weeks in China confounds generally held rational expectations about the CCP's rule over China. The first expectation is that a CCP Congress sets the political line for the next five years. In truth, this has often not been the case.