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Alberto Paul Peiskar

Alberto Paul Peiskar has written 3 posts for European Parliamentary Research Service Blog

Nepal and its transition: what lies ahead?

A little history The Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal is a landlocked country with a population of approximately 30 million people that has been a monarchy throughout most of its history. Nepal had been ruled by the Shah Dynasty from 1768 until a decade-long Maoist uprising, which ended in 2006, led to the abolition of … Continue reading

Reciprocity as the basis for a new EU-China partnership

China’s economy is pivotal to global growth. The EU is China’s largest trading partner and the main destination for Chinese exports. For most European companies, providing goods and services to the Chinese market is the reason for doing business in China. However due to regulatory barriers to the Chinese market, complex and unclear public procurement … Continue reading

Cuba: a slow journey towards capitalism

Since Raúl Castro took power in Cuba in February 2008, there has been a slow but steady shift in Cuban politics. The younger brother of Fidel is trying to slowly pursue reforms opposed by many in the Partido Comunista de Cuba (PCC), the only legal political party. At a closed party conference held early this … Continue reading

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