Chinese foreign policy in 2023: Stepping back from the brink
Trend Report 1 / January 2023 by Thomas Eder
Thomas Eder is a researcher at the oiip. He was a principal researcher for a European Commission (DG ENER) project on EU-China energy relations. He holds a PhD (Department of International Law and International Relations) and MA (Chinese Studies) from the University of Vienna, and an LL.M. (Chinese Law) from the University of Hong Kong. From 2016 to 2020 he was a Research Associate with the Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS) in Berlin. In 2020, he accepted a MOFA Taiwan Fellowship and Guest Scholar stay at the Academia Sinica (Taipei) and a fellowship at the Institute of Human Sciences (IWM) in Vienna. He is the author of “China and international adjudication” (Nomos, 2021) and “China-Russia relations in Central Asia” (Springer, 2014). His research interests include Chinese foreign and security policy, China and international law, and European China policy.