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François Godement
Historian, Senior Policy Fellow & Director of Asia & China programme, also non-resident senior associate . RTs not endorsements etc...
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François Godement Aug 13
Our “China at the gates” had a rundown on golden visas for PRC citizens. And an IMF publication has alleged as many as 18 EU countries have one or the other scheme in place.
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Institut Montaigne Aug 9
Xi Jinping et la deuxième Restauration, portrait du président de la République populaire de Chine par
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François Godement Aug 2
Replying to @FGodement
The Manoir case was discussed in our China at the gates (ECFR, December 3017). It’d central to China’s ambition to master the nuclear waste and recycling process.
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François Godement Aug 2
And this purchase was taking place via Manoir, a key midsize French firms bought by Ysntsi and used since as a proxy for takeovers. The sale of Manoir had apparently happened under the nose - or the closed eyes / of the French gov.
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François Godement Aug 2
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2) and in essence, Ivan Krastev is asking western liberals to cut the grandstanding and work to understand and answer conservative concerns. Swing to the right it is.
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François Godement Aug 2
Indeed. Europe’s three illusions / and disillusions - since 1945. An inescapable conclusion: if to be Europe, Europe can only be progressive, it is doomed to failure. A workable democratic entity is a dialogue/contest between democrats and progressives.
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François Godement Aug 1
Actually it’s individuals who make history. Bannon is VERY skilled and it is a big mistake to pooh-pooh him.
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François Godement Jul 30
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François Godement Jul 30
That was fadt, indeed...
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François Godement Jul 29
On what visa does Steve Bannon intend to spend half of his time in Europe working to upset our politics? Does he have dual citizenship? Could a European do it in the US? This question should be asked of a man who spits on liberalism.
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Andrew Small Jul 25
A notably big "cooperate on China" section in the just-released EU-US statement after Trump's meeting with Juncker:
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François Godement Jul 25
China has tried and failed in buying US or Japanese chipmakers. EU investment screening not in place. If French gov let's this happens, it contradicts itself. Chinese chipmaker Tsinghua Unigroup to buy France's Linxens for $2.6 billion: sources
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François Godement Jul 25
On why China takes Trump seriously, even if it judge America to be in "slow decline", our last China Analysis issue on Chinese views is full of ideas, with four authors and my intro. Published on June 20 at . s
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ECFR Jul 22
How does China view Trump? For answers, tune into the with and and read our latest with 4 views from China and Taiwan
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François Godement Jul 23
Of utmost strategic importance. Rafale jets sold to India will likely be able to carry nukes, according to this well-placed source. Let’s wait for - plausible - denials?
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François Godement Jul 23
Une réaction médiatique sensée, enfin. On est assez loin des « gendarmes de Vincennes » (Barril et cie) de Mitterrand, ou de l’affaire Pasqua, pour ne citer que deux exemples. L'affaire Benalla, un scandale d'été, pas un scandale d'Etat : via
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ECFR Jul 22
is strengthening its relationship with allies to the East: 's latest for : and 's piece post the summits with China and Japan:
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François Godement Jul 17
The least talked about trade development recently, yet one that may save the multilateral trade system.
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Donald Tusk Jul 15
America and the EU are best friends. Whoever says we are foes is spreading fake news.
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François Godement Jul 13
Is China getting sucked in by Afghanistan’s security issues? Other powers have had that experience. But China’s involvement is probably tied to its fears over Xinjiang? Read this:
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