Mind the Gap: Priorities for Transatlantic China Policy. Report of the Distinguished Reflection Group on Transatlantic China Policy
China is at the top of the transatlantic agenda. Throughout the first half of 2021, the Distinguished Reflection Group on Transatlantic China Policy, 21 individuals with a wealth of expertise on China and transatlantic relations, worked to advocate a more joined-up approach to China. Its report proposes a transatlantic agenda focused on achieving quick wins, with recommendations organized by seven issue areas, from economic issues to values and security.
DetailsMunich/Berlin/Washington, Munich Security Conference, Mercator Institute for China Studies, Aspen Strategy Group, July 2021, 67 p.
Pushing for an Economic Level Playing Field
Bolstering Economic Security
Competing for Tech Leadership
Providing Alternatives on Infrastructure and Connectivity
Setting the Agenda in International Institutions
Preserving Liberal Society and Promoting Human Rights
Sustaining a Balance of Power for a Free and Open Indo-Pacific
The Distinguished Reflection Group & Team