Europe in the World
The Clingendael China Centre carries out state-of-the-art analyses and policy research with the aim to provide strategic advice and tailor-made solutions for government ministries, companies, business associations, and nonprofit organisations.
European governments, businesses and other stakeholders have started a serious, strategic debate on the growing role and influence of China in the world, including in Europe. Key issues include European responses to 5G, China’s Belt and Road Initiative, human rights, knowledge security, and industrial and competition policy.
On this page you find our experts, latest research, events, trainings and media content on China relations. Feel free to reach out to the Coordinator of the Clingendael China Centre, Frans-Paul van der Putten.
The Dutch China Knowledge Network (CKN) is a network established to connect China experts and disseminate knowledge within the government of the Netherlands and beyond. The secretariat has been assigned to the Clingendael Institute and the LeidenAsiaCentre.
The China Platform for European Institutional Investors (CPEII), was jointly launched with AXA IM. It is open to all European financial institutions.
The Clingendael China Centre participates in various international expert networks such as the European Think-tank Network on China (ETNC), China in Europe Research Network (CHERN), CSCAP-EU, the Digital Power China consortium, and the European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats.
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