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07March 2013With contributions from Axel Berkofsky, Rebecca Fabrizi, Magnus Gislev, François Godement, Jonathan Holslag, Bernice Lee, Mattias Lentz, Raul de Luzenberger, Miguel Otero-Iglesias, Felipe Palacios Sureda, Jonas Parello-Plasner, Antonio Parenti, Frans-Paul van der Putten, Michael Reiterer
China is poised to become the EU’s most important commercial partner, while simultaneously being a serious challenger in trade and a competitor for resources. It is against the backdrop of this dichotomy that this report offers a number of suggestions to assist EU policymakers in developing a more coherent approach towards China.
18December 2012With contributions from David Camroux, Nicola Casarini, Andrew S. Erickson, Richard Gowan, Daniel Keohane, Bernice Lee, Patryk Pawlak, Jonathan D. Pollack, Andrew Small, Peter Sparding, Austin Strange
The transatlantic partners share similar objectives with regard to the Asia Pacific. Nevertheless, history, geography as well as differences in perceptions contribute to forging two distinct stances vis-à-vis the region. This report identifies areas where those two positions intersect.