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Please join Hudson Institute and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) for a discussion on Sino-European relations and prospects for transatlantic cooperation on key challenges relating to China.
There is now a bipartisan consensus in the United States that China poses a major challenge to the American-built international system. As the Biden administration sets out a new foreign policy agenda, China is sure to loom large in regional strategies well beyond Asia-Pacific. But with Europe pursuing its own commercial interests in relation to China, what are the prospects for a unified transatlantic strategy to grapple with this threat?
Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Peter Rough’s recent essay, “Europe’s China Chimera” examines the complexities of the Sino-European relationship and will inform this timely discussion.