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Saturday, January 4, 2020

Hong Kong protesters get most votes in Time’s Person of the Year
by Viola Zhou
via Inkstone on December 12, 2019


China Tries to Put Sweden on Ice
by Jojje Olsson
via The Diplomat on December 30, 2019


China halts tie-up between Shanghai and London exchanges (subscription required)
via Nikkei Asian Review on January 2, 2020


Indonesia protests to China over border intrusion near South China Sea
via Reuters on December 30, 2019


Czech mayors challenge China, Russia from junior ranks
by Tim Gosling
via Deutsche Welle on December 27, 2019


Chinese President Xi Jinping to take over as host of ‘17+1’ summit with European leaders
by Laura Zhou
via South China Morning Post on January 2, 2020


Japan pressed El Salvador to prevent Chinese influence over port
via Japan Times on December 30, 2019


The Talsinki Tunnel: Channelling Chinese Interests into the Baltic Sea
by Frank Juris
via International Centre for Defence and Security and the Estonian Foreign Policy Institute on December 3, 2019


Germany’s risky business with Nord Stream 2 and Huawei
via Deutsche Welle on December 18, 2019


China’s murky trail in the Caribbean: Dreams, deals and debts
by Carla Bridglal, Ivan Cairo, Steffon Campbell, Alix Lewis, and Neil Marks
via Newday on December 26, 2019


’There are values higher than money’: German soccer club scraps China deal
by Phoebe Zhang
via Inkstone on December 20, 2019


Belgian university closes its Chinese state-funded Confucius Institute after spying claims
by Stuart Lau
via South China Morning Post on December 11, 2019


'Scratching the surface': Education Department uncovers $1.3B in foreign university funding
by Jerry Dunleavy
via Washington Examiner on December 10, 2019


Congress creates two new bodies to tackle foreign influence on U.S. research
by David Malakoff
via Science on December 10, 2019