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Despite Challenges, the U.S. And EU Can Save the Rules-Based Economic Order and Redefine Globalization

First there was a trickle. After years of sounding the alarm about China’s use of forced labor, economic coercion, and unfair trade practices, the U.S. government has made steady but …

Globalization under Pressure: Danger for the German Economic Model?

The term globalization stands for an increasing economic and social interdependence worldwide. It is, or was, the result of three main factors: 1. the collapse of communism in Europe, the …

Friendshoring: Democracy or Diversity?

In an April 2, 1917 speech before Congress arguing for U.S. entry into World War I, President Woodrow Wilson famously declared that “the world must be made safe for democracy.” …

Misperceptions and Distortions

How China, Germany, the EU, and the United States View Each Other in Times of War and Turmoil Dealing with a dynamic and increasingly assertive China is one of the …

Reading Between the Lines of U.S. China Policy

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken gave a speech to George Washington University on May 26 with the admirably straightforward title of “The Administration’s Approach to the People’s Republic of …

Klaus Larres, DAAD/AICGS Research Fellow

AICGS is pleased to welcome Klaus Larres as a DAAD/AICGS Research Fellow from February through April 2022. He is the Richard M Krasno Distinguished Professor of History and International Affairs …

Germany’s China Policy Moves Past Merkel

As Germany’s Merkel era ended, her brand of engagement-driven China policy seems also to have been consigned to history. The writing was already on the wall after the China-EU Comprehensive …

Revamping China Policy for The Transatlantic Alliance: Major Issues for the United States and Germany

Policy Report 71 How to deal effectively with China’s growing influence and global ambition is the top policy challenge for the United States, Germany, and the EU. China is no …

AICGS Asks: What is Angela Merkel’s Legacy on Engagement with China?

AICGS Asks: What legacy does Angela Merkel leave on Germany and Europe’s position toward China? Noah Barkin German Marshall Fund of the United States When assessing Angela Merkel’s foreign policy …

Expanding the Transatlantic Toolbox for Economic and Strategic Competition with China

Export Control, Foreign Subsidy Rules, and Investment Screening Download Publication The June 2021 G7 meeting in Cornwall, England ended with the issuance of a communique that reflected real progress in …

Biden’s First 100 Days: Prospects for Transatlantic Cooperation on Policies Toward China

Download Publication As we approach the first 100 days of the Biden administration, it is a good time to take stock of the new direction in U.S. foreign policy and …

EU Answers U.S. Call to Cooperate on China, Now Comes the Hard Part

The recent tit-for-tat sanctions between the EU and China over human rights abuses in Xinjiang feel like a turning point in EU-China relations. Beijing’s fierce retaliation that targeted EU institutions, …

Peter Rashish Calls for Enhanced U.S.-EU-Japan Trilateral Process in Foreign Policy Article

In his recently published Foreign Policy article, “Biden Should Finish Trump’s One Good Trade Idea,” AICGS Senior Fellow and Geoeconomics Program Director Peter Rashish advises the Biden administration to revive …

Race to the East? China Revives the 17+1 Summit

Last month, Beijing suddenly announced a plan to host a digital 17+1 one summit in February, bringing its relationship with Central and Eastern European countries (CEEC or CEE) back into …