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The EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI)

One Deal, Two Realities

In the CAI, the EU sees mostly a business deal, while China sees mostly a strategic win that isolates the United States. Two days after it was agreed, China defined “defending development interests” as a casus belli, highlighting the risks of ever-deepening economic interconnectedness. The European Parliament should reject the CAI deal. Instead, the EU should coordinate its negotiating position on trade with global democracies, including the administration of US President Biden.

Zwei Tech-Welten

Was der Zerfall in eine amerikanische und eine chinesische Sphäre bedeuten würde.
Externe Publikationen

The Tech Cold War Illusion

While the United States and China are engaged in a great tech rivalry, analogies with the East-West conflict before 1989 are misplaced.
External Publications


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