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UI Briefs are short commentaries on international issues, events or trends related to UI's focus areas. They are written by UI staff, UI visiting researchers or other experts associated with UI. Each type of publication is subject to an in-house planning and approval process including quality control. They solely reflect the view of the author(s).
UI Papers are working papers and similar manuscripts reporting the results of research related to UI’s focus areas. UI Papers are written by UI researchers, visiting researchers, or other researchers wishing to publish with UI (authors are occasionally invited based on their international profile and research reputation). UI Papers enable researchers to publish and register the results of research projects fairly swiftly while retaining the rights to publish in other outlets if so desired. Research quality, readability, and relevance are the main criteria for publication. UI Papers may also include in-depth policy analyses, which are rigorously researched but less ambitious in terms of theory and scientific methodology. Each type of publication is subject to an in-house planning and approval process including quality control. They solely reflect the view of the author(s).
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China’s standard power and its geopolitical implications for Europe
Research Technical standardization is turning into a crucial area of geopolitical conflict between China and the West. This carries far-reaching implications, not least for the EU, in terms of security, economics and global technological norms.
A tenuous trilateral? Russia-India-China relations in a changing world order
Research Policymakers in Europe should pay close attention to developments among Russia, India and China, and especially regarding bilateral developments between them, as these will have consequences for Europe’s relations with all three states, separate but also collectively.
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Myanmar in transition: China, conflict, and ceasefire economies in Kachin State
Research This paper describes how the Myanmar government’s attempts to root out discontent by economic means paradoxically led to the emergence of a vocal civil society able to disrupt and contest not only the state, but also its powerful neighbour, China.