A Con-nec-ti-vi-ty Strategy? What’s that? Doesn’t that sound a bit bureaucratic? Maybe, but behind an unpopular term hides a very exciting topic. This week we discussed Connectivity with three great experts:
Western companies in China succumb to Stockholm syndrome - https://t.co/6oa3n6BZMe via @FT This gives rise to a question not much publicly discussed so far: How to push back against sinization of foreign companies in China?
"Die Idee einer strategischen Autonomie Europas geht zu weit, wenn sie die Illusion nährt, wir könnten Sicherheit, Stabilität und Wohlstand in Europa ohne die Nato und ohne die USA gewährleisten." https://t.co/XkVAfsgCZS
Remember, how some people called the accusation that China had been ensnaring some of its debtors in debt traps a "debunked myth"? Well, look at how a new bill in Sri Lanka could prove "tantamount to creating a ‘Chinese province’" in that country. https://t.co/4K9WfNIBEI