Victoria Herczegh

Viktória Herczegh is an analyst at Geopolitical Futures. She is also a PhD candidate at the Political Science and International Relations Doctoral School of Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary. Her PhD research topic is "Double Standards projected by Great Powers". Ms. Herczegh holds a bachelor's degree of Chinese Language and Culture and a master's degree of East Asian Studies. She also spent one semester at Shanghai International Studies University studying Mandarin Chinese. Ms. Herczegh is a native Hungarian fluent in English, Spanish, French and Mandarin.

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China Signals Economic Policy Changes

Senior Chinese officials are signaling that Beijing will announce a significant adjustment in the country’s economic strategy in July during a key meeting of the Communist Party’s Central Committee. At the end of April, the Politburo promised prudent monetary and proactive fiscal policies to goose demand, help struggling firms and tackle “risks and hidden dangers.” […]

In Myanmar, China Considers a New Strategy

In mid-April, China’s People’s Liberation Army conducted live-fire drills along its southern border – the second of its kind this month – amid deteriorating security in Myanmar. The exercises...

China’s Shrinking BRI Ambitions

Last week, the head of China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection laid out the watchdog’s main goals for this year. His report focused on eliminating corruption and unhealthy practices...

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After years of trying to stabilize its troubled real estate sector, Beijing has unexpectedly intervened to support Vanke, the country’s second-largest property developer. This follows a downgrade in Vanke's...

With China, Australia Tests Its Limits

Recent reports suggest that Australia is taking a more active role in supporting peace in the South China Sea. At a meeting organized for the Association of Southeast Asian...

Maoist Methods Are Making a Comeback in Xi’s China

Chinese leaders are reverting to Maoist-era socialist policies to support the country’s crumbling economy and strengthen social control. Specifically, the government is reassuming control of the housing market and...

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