German Foreign Minister Visits Beijing Amid European China Debate
By Tim Hildebrandt
Discussions are taking place in Europe and Germany on how to deal with China, but also on which path of development to take in the coming decades, in the context of a rather shaky confidence in the U.S.
China Celebrates German Chancellor’s Trip
By Shannon Tiezzi
There were few deliverables from the short visit, but Beijing is hopeful it indicates Germany is moving out of alignment with the U.S. approach to China.
Amid Much Controversy, German Chancellor Visits China
By Hanns W. Maull
Olaf Scholz’s visit to China represents a break with the Coalition Agreement and a return to a commercial foreign policy approach.
Germany Eyes Green Hydrogen Potential in Kazakhstan
By Catherine Putz
And in Uzbekistan, Berlin sees a rising regional power.
Germany’s (Not So) New China Policy
By Nadine Godehardt and Moritz Rudolf
Under new Chancellor Scholz, obstacles remain for transatlantic coordination on China.
Is Germany’s New Government Going to Break With China?
By Thomas O. Falk
The noble idea of value-based foreign policy in post-Merkel Germany could quickly reach its limits.