“Eastern Opening” Meets “Belt and Road”: State-Backed Narratives of Global Order in China-Hungary Relations

Sebestyén Hompot

Veröffentlichungen: Anderer Beitrag in PeriodikumZeitungs-/Magazinartikel


The Hungarian government’s “Eastern Opening” foreign policy has not fundamentally changed its EU-oriented economic strategy but Budapest and Beijing increasingly see each other as useful partners for supporting their own narratives of the newly emerging global order. Several Hungary-based think tanks, supported by the Hungarian and Chinese governments, promote the vision of an “Eurasian Era” that is overtaking the “Atlantic Era” of American and Western European dominance.
FachbuchCentral European Institute of Asian Studies (CEIAS) Insights
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 8 Aug. 2023

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