China Backlash: Toward a Transatlantic Agenda?

Addressing vulnerability and promoting security
Posted Jul 31, 2019 | American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, Noah Barkin

The United States and Europe have taken steps over the past years to push back against a range of Chinese policies that are seen as threats to their economic prosperity, strategic interests, and values. But there is a wide gap in their perceptions of the China problem. Noah Barkin suggests in this article for the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies that Europe and the United States will need to overcome differences on data privacy, digital trade, and artificial intelligence to avoid a damaging rift over 5G and seek solutions for their next-generation telecommunications networks. Their collaboration is essential in offering developing countries a viable alternative to state-subsidized Chinese infrastructure projects.


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