Chinese Disinformation in Europe, Taiwan and the World - Challenges and Perspectives


A discussion organized by the Institute for National Policy Research (Taiwan) and Political Capital (Hungary)

Date: 9:30-10:45, 28 April 2021

Venue: Zoom Event/Facebook Live

Language: English



The People’s Republic of China is rapidly emerging as one of the main actors on the world’s disinformation sphere. The disinformation tactics used by Beijing are increasingly becoming a challenge for not just the Republic of China (Taiwan), but the European Union, the United States and the rest of the Western community, as well. With the proposed event, we are aiming for providing our audience with a valuable insight into the nature and functioning of pro-Beijing disinformation campaigns, the regional and global significance of tackling Chinese disinformation activities, the impact Chinese campaigns have on Taiwan, Central and Eastern Europe, the EU and the Transatlantic community, as well as possible ways in Taiwan, the CEE region and the Euro-Atlantic alliance to counter Chinese influence operations in the disinformation sphere.



9:30:9:35 Opening Remarks

Péter Krekó – Director, Political Capital


9:35-10:45 Chinese Disinformation in Europe, Taiwan and the World – Trends, Challenges and Perspectives in a Central European regional, European and global context

Jakub Janda – Director, European Values Center for Security Policy (Czech Republic),

Yujen Kuo – Executive Director, Institute for National Policy Research of Taiwan (INPR)

Puma Shen – Chairman of the Doublethink Lab (DTL), Vice President of the Taiwan Association for Human Rights (TAHR),

Matej Simalcik – European China Fellow, MERCATOR Institute for China Studies, Executive Director of the Central European Institute of Asian Studies

  Moderator: Edit Inotai – Senior Fellow, Center for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy



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