China and the Transatlantic Relationship - Obstacles to Deeper European–US Cooperation

Addressing vulnerability and promoting security
Posted Jun 23, 2022 | Chatham House, Royal United Services Institute, Pepijn Bergsen, Antony Froggatt, Veerle Nouwens, Raffaello Pantucci

Although the U.S. under President Biden sees itself in ‘strategic competition’ with China while the European Commission has identified China as a ‘systemic rival’, fundamental obstacles hinder a more joined-up approach.  These are mainly over the scale of the challenge, and differences within the EU over the desired level of economic and political engagement with China and consequent policy responses on the national, bilateral and global levels. In this paper, Pepijn Bergsen, Antony Froggatt, Veerle Nouwens and Raffaello Pantucci present results from a two-year joint research project by Chatham House and the Royal United Services Institute on a Transatlantic Dialogue on China. The project examined the transatlantic relationship in the context of the China challenge by looking at four policy areas - trade and investment, digital technology, climate change and the global commons.


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