Europe ‘Risks Dependence’ on Chinese Batteries, EU Report Finds

Voice of America

Europe is at risk of becoming dependent on China for batteries and fuel cells, much like it was reliant on Russia for energy before the invasion of Ukraine, according to a report by the European Union.


China’s Ukraine Peacemaking Aims to Court Europe

East Asia Forum

Beijing’s decision to play a more active peacemaking role is part of a push to improve its troubled relations with Europe, which has long accused it of refusing to help end the conflict.


Electronic Waste: When Billions in Gold, Other Precious Materials Are Discarded

Deutsche Welle

Record levels of e-waste were produced globally in 2019, weighing the same as 350 mega cruise ships, a UN report shows. The surge in global e-waste is not only a major environmental risk but also a health hazard.


They Told Me to Go Back to China. Then Came the Coronavirus.

Milo Hsieh

A Taiwanese student studying in Europe recounts his experience in the weeks leading up to the global lockdown.


Europe Frets over Impact of Chinese Money

The Interpreter

One Belt One Road is coming to Europe, but reactions to the infrastructure spending are mixed across the continent.


Trump’s Exit of Paris Climate Accord Strengthens China and Europe

Henrik Selin.

On global climate change cooperation and a growing number of other foreign policy issues, American exceptionalism now increasingly means that the United States stands largely alone in the world.


Book Review: A New History of the Holocaust

Gary Wilson

Drawing on 25 years of research, 'The Holocaust: A New History' offers a new major treatment of the Holocaust that traces events in their entirety from their origins to their horrifying conclusions. Gary Wilson praises Laurence Rees for this eminently readable account, which offers definitive insight into this appalling history.


China's Eye Turns to Southern Europe

Ivana Casaburi

Even though the Chinese economy is growing less than in the previous years, China continues to increase its investment abroad in order to cover the needs of its new economic model.

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What Must Change Isn't Necessarily The Taiwan Education System, But The Values

Hélène Belaunde

A group of senior high school students from Yilan in northern Taiwan held a series of presentations on Nov. 12 and 13, during which they shared the knowledge and insight gained through an experiential education trip to Europe.


Trumpism in Europe

Daniel Worker

'Thanks to a litany of outright lies and nationalist flag-waving, a majority of Brits were convinced it was possible to wind back time to the glory days of the empire'

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