Through in-depth research and timely analysis, our experts assess the challenges China poses to transatlantic security and offer guidance for US and European policymakers to inform a common transatlantic strategy towards China.
Issue Brief Aug 24, 2020
Capitalizing on transatlantic concerns about China
By Hans Binnendijk, Sarah Kirchberger, and Christopher Skaluba
Beijing is pursuing a China-centric strategy aggressively and in a fashion that is causing significant collateral damage to nations around the globe. Thus far, the transatlantic partners have no comparable strategy to counter these challenges. A new transatlantic approach is needed.
Report Dec 12, 2019
Managed competition: Meeting China’s challenge in a multi-vector world
By Franklin D. Kramer
Understanding and responding to the challenges China presents requires a broad perspective, recognizing the interaction of economic, diplomatic, and security issues.
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