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China suspends beef imports from Lithuania amid dispute over Taiwan
The EU has launched a case against Beijing for "discriminatory" trade practices.
Taiwan representative office was 'mistake', says Lithuanian president
The move prompted China to restrict diplomatic contacts with Lithuania and stop issuing visas.
Four key problems the EU faced in 2021
Most, if not all, will still be on the agenda in 2022.
Lithuania pulls last diplomat from China amid dispute over Taiwan
Beijing has slammed Lithuania for allowing Taiwan to open a de-facto representative office in Vilnius.
Lithuanian MP labels China 'People's Republic of Comedy' over Taiwan
Matas Maldeikis traded barbs with a Chinese journalist on Twitter over the the EU delegation visit to Taiwan.
MEPs defy Chinese pressure with visit to Taiwan
A delegation of seven Members of the European Parliament is in Taipei for a three-day visit focused on disinformation and election interference.
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What's Europe and China's path to carbon neutrality? As COP26 gets underway we debate net-zero targets, ditching coal, and managing the switch to renewables with experts from east and west.
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Experts from Europe and China debate the pathways to a clean energy future, focusing on the concrete steps towards shared carbon neutrality goals.
As with COVID, EU must help WHO stand up to Chinese tobacco | View
"As with the COVID-19 enquiries, European governments must challenge China’s cavalier approach to the WHO’s tobacco control efforts."
Taiwanese consumers can't get enough Lithuanian chocolate. Here's why
Donated COVID vaccines and diplomatic strife with China have made Lithuania a hot new destination for Taiwanese shoppers.
Taiwan to open de-facto embassy in Lithuania under own name
China claims the island which is officially known as the Republic of China and rejects any use of the "Taiwan" name on the international stage.
China cracks down on Hong Kong Tiananmen Square massacre vigil
Hong Kong had been the last place on Chinese soil where the June 4, 1989, event was publicly commemorated.
MEPs vote to freeze controversial EU-China investment deal
MEPs deplore the sanctions that Beijing has imposed on five of their colleagues and refuse to open the debate for ratification as long as the punitive measures remain in place.
MEPs set to call for EU's investment deal with China to be frozen
The lawmakers want the European Commission to use any further discussions on the deal as leverage to improve China's human rights record.
EU suspends efforts to ratify controversial investment deal with China
The future of the agreement had already been thrown into doubt after Beijing imposed sanctions on several Members of the European Parliament.
China warns EU against 'confrontational' human rights sanctions
Brussels is set to debate sanctions on four Chinese officials and one entity over human rights abuses against the Uighur Muslim minority.
Serbia has second fastest vaccine rollout in Europe thanks to China
The President of Serbia has compared the distribution of the coronavirus vaccine in Europe to the sinking of the Titanic - saying the rich are being saved while the poor of the Balkans are being left to drown.
How is Europe preparing for the return of Chinese tourists?
At least 5 million Chinese tourists a year visited Europe before the COVID-19 crisis and industry professionals are now preparing for their return to the continent.
EU-China: what economic relations in the “new normal”?
The Covid 19 pandemic has disrupted international trade and economic relations. With the "new normal" we are already seeing changes taking place.
China criticises Danish politicians in feud over Hong Kong activist
Ted Hui, a former lawmaker, visited Denmark this week after receiving an invitation from Danish lawmakers to travel to the Scandinavian country.
Lithuania to support 'those who fight for freedom' in Taiwan
Lithuania's new coalition government has pledged to "defend those who fight for freedom around the world, from Belarus to Taiwan".
Why did Premier League scrap huge broadcasting deal with Chinese TV?
Did the political climate between the UK and China play a part?
Czech Senate president meets Taiwan leader amid fury from Beijing
China says the Czech Senate President Milos Vystrcil had overstepped the line with his visit to Taiwan amid an ongoing diplomatic spat between the two countries.
China threatens retaliation after Czech delegation visits Taiwan
The Czech Foreign Ministry will summon the Chinese ambassador to Prague after threatening statements were made by Beijing against the visit.
Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai released on bail
The media mogul, who owns pro-democracy tabloid newspaper the Apple Daily, was arrested earlier this week under China's new national security law.
China warns EU not to interfere in Hong Kong matters
The EU said the China security law was "a matter of grave concern" and eroded Hong Kong's rights to freedom.