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Virtual Event | Transatlantic Approaches: Europe in an Age of Sino-American Competition

Virtual Event | Transatlantic Approaches: Europe in an Age of Sino-American Competition

Please be advised: This event will premiere LIVE on this page at 10:00 a.m. EST, Thursday, March 4.

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.

Speakers

Paul Linnarz

Director, KAS office USA

Joel Scanlon

Vice President for Studies, Hudson Institute

Dr. Gudrun Wacker

Senior Fellow, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP - Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik)

Noah Barkin

Managing Editor, Rhodium Group’s China practice & Senior Visiting Fellow, Asia Program, German Marshall Fund of the United States

Peter Rough

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

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