Papp Viktória Anna

Papp Viktória Anna

Nemzetközi kapcsolatok referens
  papp.viktoria@ajtk.hu

Papp Viktória Anna az Ázsiai és Afrikai Kapcsolatok Iroda nemzetközi kapcsolatok referense. Tanulmányait a Pázmány Péter Katolikus Egyetem nemzetközi kapcsolatok és az Edinburgh-i Egyetem nemzetközi jog és kínai szakán (LLM) végezte, valamint a sanghaji Fudan Egyetemen folyatott résztanulmányokat. Főbb kutatási területe Kína, a kelet-ázsiai régió, valamint a nemzetközi humanitárius jog.

Regional Dimensions of the Belt  and Road Initiative

Regional Dimensions of the Belt and Road Initiative

The aim of present paper is to analyse and compare different approaches to the challenges and opportunities that Europe and Asia face in terms of connectivity, especially in the light of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), as well as the EU’s Asia-Europe connectivity plan. The paper primarily focuses on the economic, political, and geopolitical dimensions of the topics at hand. Firstly, the authors touch upon different approaches to connectivity and compare the EU’s connectivity plan and BRI. Secondly, the developments of BRI will be presented along with actual cases that show how BRI projects have been realized so far.

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Outlook 2020

Outlook 2020

PERSPECTIVES FOR THE NEXT YEAR FROM THE ANTALL JÓZSEF KNOWLEDGE CENTRE RESEARCH TEAM

This year, New Years’ Eve will not only see a regular new year coming but the closing of a whole decade. The aggregate analysis of the AJRC research group points toward specific likely conclusions about the world which suggest 2020 to be a concluding year of the problems of the 2010s. Many of those issues that characterised international relations for quite some time have now reached a point of rest—though not resulted in a definitive outcome.

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Global Demographic Outlook 2020 – Demographic Perspectives from the Antall József Knowledge Centre Research Team

Global Demographic Outlook 2020 – Demographic Perspectives from the Antall József Knowledge Centre Research Team

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The impact of foreign policy pressure on the Chinese leadership regarding the handling of the COVID-19 epidemic

The impact of foreign policy pressure on the Chinese leadership regarding the handling of the COVID-19 epidemic

The COVID-19 epidemic and the concurrent crisis has hit at the time when various debates concerning China, tensions between the United States and the East Asian power as well as the need to formulate a coherent strategy towards the country across Europe have been emerging.

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The Relations between China and the EU amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Relations between China and the EU amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

As the COVID-19 epidemic turned into a major global challenge it became not only a test for the European Union itself, but also for its relations with China. The subsequent economic crisis could easily become the worst economic downturn for EU member states since the end of World War II, while China could also be affected in a way unseen for decades.

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