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The Road to a Successful China Policy Runs Through Europe
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The Road to a Successful China Policy Runs Through Europe

Authors Katrina Mulligan, Jordan Link, and Laura Edwards argue that renewed collaboration with Europe under the Biden administration can help the United States compete more effectively with China.

President-elect Joe Biden and his administration have an unlikely path to course-correct Sino-American relations: locking arms with Europe. A renewed collaboration with European allies can help the United States compete more effectively with China and better address the growing economic and security challenges that it poses.

The United States and Europe share strong mutual interests on many of the complex issues defining the broader China challenge: global health, climate change, technology, human rights, democracy, and trade.

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Authors

Katrina Mulligan

Managing Director

Jordan Link

Policy Analyst, China

Laura Edwards

China Research and Program Associate