Keyu Chen

Keyu Chen served as financial translator for Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan and Deutsche Bank. He holds M.A. in international journalism and communication from Beijing Foreign Studies University. He's interested in political communication, comparative politics and international relations.

Why No One Else is Leaving the EU

In 2016, when the British people voted to leave the European Union, it was expected that Brexit may embolden other disaffected EU members to...

Merkel’s Departure Signals CDU’s Farewell to Leftist Migration Policy

Earlier this year, when German Chancellor Angela Merkel handpicked Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer (AKK) as the general secretary of Germany’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU), she must...

For Germany and Europe, a Weakened Merkel Power is Less Evil

In October 1980, Margaret Thatcher, then British Prime Minister, claimed “the lady’s not for turning” during a defining speech to her party conference in...

Will Current Scare over China Influence Develop into Global New McCarthyism?

In recent years, China has been moving to reshape the new world order to become what is described as “an illiberal state seeking leadership...

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