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Tim Collard
Tim Collard spent 20 years in the UK Diplomatic Service, half that time in China, serving as a trade and investment adviser and a political analyst; he also served as British Consul-General in Hamburg. He has now retired from diplomacy and works as a freelance writer on a variety of political and economic topics.
September 2, 2016
UK-China relations: Hesitation over Hinkley Point
The UK's hesitation over the China-financed Hinkley Point nuclear plant should not be seen as a sign of mistrust of China, but as an act of caution regarding domestic British politics.
August 30, 2016
China, Japan, ROK seek regional peace and stability
China, Japan and the ROK have their differences, but a DPRK submarine-based missile launch near Japan has overcome these for the moment.
July 27, 2016
G20 Finance Ministers meeting preoccupied by Brexit
Britain's decision to leave the EU was at the forefront of talks at the G20 Finance Ministers meeting in China.
July 19, 2016
ASEM Summit – perfect setting for China's trans-continental diplomacy
Increased cooperation between Asia and Europe, the South China Sea and the global terrorism threat were all discussed at the 11th ASEM Summit.
July 14, 2016
Li's Mongolia visit: The Belt/Road project assumes its working format
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's current visit to Mongolia highlights the bilateral relations between the two nations.
June 28, 2016
Britain votes to leave the EU: the implications for China
Britain recently voted to leave the EU, resulting in misconception, fear and uncertainty regarding the country's economic future. What does this mean for China?
June 23, 2016
President Xi underlines SCO's importance to China
The importance of the SCO isn't lost on China, and measures are being considered and implemented to ensure mutually beneficial economic policies for all countries involved.
June 22, 2016
Uzbekistan: a key strategic partner for China
Uzbekistan, once an important stop on the Silk Road, is a natural economic partner for China as it expands its influence towards the west.
June 17, 2016
President Xi's visit to Eastern Europe and Central Asia: Serbia
Chinese President Xi's visit to Eastern Europe is showcasing the country's intent to establish beneficial relations with countries along its proposed "Belt and Road" initiative.
May 29, 2016
Will UK leave the EU, and does it matter?
Whatever the outcome of the Brexit referendum on June 23, Britain's relationships with its major trading partners will likely remain mostly unchanged.
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