China’s role in Central and Eastern Europe has changed. Not for the better, according to Ivana Karásková. Karásková is a China Research Fellow and project coordinator at the think tank Association for International Affairs (AMO) in Prague. She originally wanted to become a journalist and report from around the world. But after graduation, she was deterred by the uncertain future prospects. She opted for science and studied and taught in Prague, Shanghai and Taipei. Karásková thus explored the world that she would later report on as a scientist.
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