Charting a Transatlantic Course to Address China
- Julianne Smith, Former Deputy National Security Advisor to Joe Biden
- Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Senior Fellow and Director, Transatlantic Security Program, Center for a New American Security
- Michael J. Green, Senior Vice President for Asia and Japan Chair, Center for Strategic International Studies
- Thomas R. Nides, Managing Director and Vice Chairman, Morgan Stanley
- Ine Eriksen Søreide, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Norway
Noah Barkin, Senior Visiting Fellow, Asia Program, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
The challenges posed by China’s continued rise have never loomed larger in U.S.-Europe relations. In a new Center for New American Security (CNAS) and German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) report “Charting a Transatlantic Course to Address China,” authors Julie Smith, Dr. Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Carisa Nietsche and Ellison Laskowski outline a roadmap for how the United States and Europe can deepen coordination and cooperation to navigate the challenges posed by China’s growing influence. The report identifies nearly 60 specific policy recommendations for greater cooperation between the United States and Europe across four vectors of competition, including technology, investment, trade, and global governance. To protect transatlantic economic competitiveness, advance democratic rules and norms, and set the standards of the future, the United States and Europe must compete together.
Please join GMF ‘s Asia Program and CNAS’ Transatlantic Security Program for a discussion on the key elements of a cooperative transatlantic approach to China’s continued rise.
How to Join: This virtual event will be hosted on Zoom. Please register via the Register to Attend button. The link to the event will follow registration.
If you have any questions, please contact Melissa Ladner at [email protected].