Noémi Eszterhainé Szőke

Noémi Eszterhainé Szőke

Research Fellow
Office: Global Relations Department


International Relations Manager of the Global Relations Department. She earned her Master’s degree in History at Eötvös Loránd University and spent one year in Beijing, where she participated in a non-degree Chinese language programme at Beijing International Studies University. Her main fields of interest are Chinese language and culture, modern Chinese history, and Sino–American relations.

AJRC analyses

2020E44 / Péter Dobrowiecki

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Outlook 2021

Perspectives for the Next Year from the AJKC Research Team

Research Blog

Where to Go, 17 + 1?

The CEE Region in the Crossfire of an Intensifying American–Chinese Competition

The Road to Asia's Century?

The Importance of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership

“The Longer Telegram”

What China Policy It Suggests to the Biden Administration

The Upcoming Sixth Summit of the "16+1" Cooperation

The suspicious attitude of the EU toward Chinese presence in Central and Eastern Europe