The major flaw in Trump’s reasoning is that combating climate change would strengthen the US, not weaken it. Trump is looking toward the past – a past that, ironically, was not that great.
There has been a meeting of minds between China and European leaders following their Brussels summit.
Disillusioned with protectionism and the US government’s rejection of the low-carbon economic model, the European Union is hoping China pledges to
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round of the top stories from the EU’s de facto political capital.
China hosts 'One Belt,One Road' conference to reposition world trade
China is moving forward with an ambitious project to build a new Silk Road linking Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe.
The EU needs to tighten up its anti-dumping rules to protect its steel industry from cheaper Chinese imports. That’s according to some EU trade
The slowdown in emerging economies such as China could derail the eurozone’s fragile recovery, the European Commission said on Thursday. The single
This week on U Talk, Cheng of Brussels asks: “As China and the EU are celebrating 40 years of diplomatic ties, both sides say they want to deepen
state of the union
Latvia’s economy is growing again after painful austerity reforms.
Next year, the country will join the single currency after the European
One of the biggest challenges for European small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) is preserving their intellectual property. i.e. their products
What are the keys to success for a European SME opening up a business in China? Who do you turn to for help if you want to set up a business in
As China’s Communist Party Congress approaches and with it an expected change of leadership, China-watchers are considering what policies may stand
It was all smiles as Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao rolled in to Brussels on Thursday to meet his EU counterparts. Despite those pleasantries, finding
Europeans and Chinese know very little about each other’s lives. During a recent China-EU forum the European Commission said it wanted to connect the
Erasmus reaches out to China
Jean Carlos Pelicano is President of the Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association (EMA), an organisation that
Cathérine Vuylsteke is the Foreign News editor of the Belgian newspaper ‘De Morgen’. She is an expert on China issues.
While she agrees on the need
The mysticism of the Far East has long enchanted Westerners – and one young Belgian is no exception.
Though he admits China is not without its