David Hutt

David Hutt is a political journalist based between the Czech Republic and UK, covering Europe-Asia relations and Central European politics. He is contributing editor at The Geopolitics. He is also a columnist at the Diplomat and Asia Times, and a regular contributor to Foreign Policy, Nikkei Asian Review, Euronews, and others.

Germany’s “Change Through Trade” Fallacy With China

Germany’s Economy Minister Peter Altmaier confirmed last week what many pundits suspected: German officials still firmly believe Beijing will make progressive reforms if Europe...

What Does It Mean If Europe Is No Longer “Naïve” About China?

Naïve is becoming something of a buzzword for European leaders to describe why it is only now that they can see there might be...

There’s No Such Thing As a Post-Coronavirus World Order

There’s a temptation to think that we cannot go back to the status quo ante; that there will be a pre-coronavirus world order and a...

Dark Days for European Democracy Post-Coronavirus

Liberal democracies do not do well after major crises. Fratricide and totalitarianism haunted Europe after the economic collapse of 1929. Trumpism in America and...

An International Commission Must Investigate China’s Mishandling Of COVID-19

Writing in the South China Morning Post on March 14, Wang Xiangwei called on Beijing to allow an authoritative and independent special commission to...

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