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Covid-19: Lessons from China’s public diplomacy in the EU

Abstract : Throughout the development of the Covid-19 crisis, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has worked strenuously to frame the story from its perspective – this wouldn’t be a replay of the SARS story in 2013. Not content with simply asserting that its system allowed it to successfully bring the coronavirus epidemic under control, China is seeking to be seen as the saviour by exporting personal protective equipment (PPE) around the world. The country is also using the crisis to promote its authoritarian model while discrediting the actions and systems of the European Union (EU) – Brussels and national capitals – in reacting to the pandemic.
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Christian Lequesne, Earl Wang. Covid-19: Lessons from China’s public diplomacy in the EU. 2020. ⟨hal-03391881⟩

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