In 2019, a light went on in Europe. As millions of people in Hong Kong took to the streets to protest growing Chinese control in the city, the European External Action Service’s (EEAS) Strategic Communications Division (StratCom Taskforce) noticed a new dimension of Chinese influence on public opinion in Europe. The information machinery “made in China”, controlled from Beijing, and directed to all parts of the world, massively increased its torque.
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