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Germany and the EU’s China Policy: Missing in Action?
By Anton Karppanen
Olaf Scholz has kept Germany’s business-first approach to China but that’s increasingly at odds with trends at home and abroad.
Germany’s (Not So) New China Policy
By Nadine Godehardt and Moritz Rudolf
Under new Chancellor Scholz, obstacles remain for transatlantic coordination on China.
Will Germany Depart from the Merkel Model on China? Beijing Will Have a Say.
By Lily McElwee
In the interplay between the new chancellor and his cabinet, the greatest determinant of Germany’s future China policy will be a third actor – Xi Jinping.
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.
The German Elections and Angela Merkel’s China Legacy
By Frederick Kliem
A new government must re-adjust Germany’s China approach. Fortunately, the likely new coalition is well-placed to do so.
How a German Frigate in the South China Sea May Upend Beijing-Berlin Relations
By Larissa Stünkel and Marc Lanteigne
As Merkel’s lengthy term comes to an end, the frigate deployment may be the beginning of a sea change in Germany’s China approach.