China’s recent economic coercions against Lithuania, Australia and other countries have aroused tremendous concerns. Equally, the adverse effects of Chinese foreign aid to third countries have been repeatedly warned. This webinar, by tracing a series of China’s coercive measures and statistically testing the political and social consequences, assesses the effectiveness of China’s economic coercion and exposes the peril of Chinese aid.
The event is co-organized by Taiwanese research institution Academia Sinica and MERICS. It will be in English language and take place via Webex.
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Claudia Wessling - Director Communications and Publications, MERICS
Chien-Huei Wu - Associate Research Fellow, Academia Sinica
Wen-Chin Wu - Assistant Research Fellow, Academia Sinica
Max J. Zenglein - Chief Economist, MERICS