China’s Balkan investment pledges stoke EU concern

By |2018-07-05T00:34:52+00:001. 7. 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

Financial Times quoted Ivana Karásková in the light of the upcoming gathering of ‘16+1’ grouping.

“There is a slow awakening in some of the . . . countries regarding the promised, so far rather illusionary, investment — but it has not reached a big proportion yet,” said Ivana Karaskova, a research fellow at Association for International Affairs (AMO), a Prague-based think-tank.

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About the Author:

Ivana Karásková is an international relations specialist, trained journalist and China analyst. She lectures on Chinese foreign and security policy at Charles University and works for the Association for International Affairs (AMO) as its in-house China research fellow.