Posted Jul 23, 2024|  by European Union Institute for Security Studies

In its ambition to become a green energy and technology hub, the EU has to reckon with China’s dominance over clean tech supply chains. For the EU to achieve its goals, it must embrace innovative emerging technologies, suggests Lukas Trakimavičius in his article for the... Read More

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