“I am most productive after talks – and unfortunately at night,” Jan Weidenfeld reveals about his work at the Mercator Institute for China Studies, or Merics for short. This is because Weidenfeld first listens. Preferably to people who have a different perspective on German and European relations with China. In the evening, when the phones have stopped ringing, he takes a clear look and works out courses of action for local actors.
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