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Germany Solidifies Ties With Japan Before Scholz’s China Trip
November 14, 2022

Germany Solidifies Ties With Japan Before Scholz’s China Trip

By Mina Pollmann
Germany's president visited Japan just a few days before a Japan-Germany 2+2.

Germany’s Quietly Growing Relations With Japan
November 08, 2022

Germany’s Quietly Growing Relations With Japan

By Weijing Xing
While the whole world is talking about Chancellor Scholz’s controversial visit to China, Germany’s ties with Japan are growing quietly but significantly.
Europe in the Indo-Pacific: Germany and France Flex Their Muscles
August 19, 2022

Europe in the Indo-Pacific: Germany and France Flex Their Muscles

By Angshuman Choudhury
The broader context behind Germany and France’s participation in Australia’s “Pitch Black” air force exercise.

In Japan, Scholz Says Germany Seeks Closer Ties With Indo-Pacific
April 29, 2022

In Japan, Scholz Says Germany Seeks Closer Ties With Indo-Pacific

By Mari Yamaguchi
Scholz called his trip to Japan “a clear political signal that Germany and the EU will continue and intensify their engagement with the Indo-Pacific region.”

The Vietnam-Germany Strategic Partnership Takes Another Step Forward
January 13, 2022

The Vietnam-Germany Strategic Partnership Takes Another Step Forward

By Hai Hong Nguyen
A growing congruence of interests has prompted the two nations to expand their strategic partnership into the realm of defense and security cooperation.

German Navy Chief Vows Long-term Commitment to Indo-Pacific
November 10, 2021

German Navy Chief Vows Long-term Commitment to Indo-Pacific

By Mari Yamaguchi
In Tokyo for a port call by the frigate Bayern, the German navy chief underscored his country's concerns about freedom of navigation in the Indo-Pacific.

German Defense Minister Continues Her Indo-Pacific Campaign
November 05, 2020

German Defense Minister Continues Her Indo-Pacific Campaign

By Abhijnan Rej
Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer imagines a larger role for her country in the region, though in prudent terms.
Germany to Deploy a Frigate to Patrol the Indo-Pacific
November 03, 2020

Germany to Deploy a Frigate to Patrol the Indo-Pacific

By Abhijnan Rej
The commitment comes amid growing skepticism about China across key European capitals, including Berlin.

The Public in Advanced Economies are Not Happy with China – or Xi
October 08, 2020

The Public in Advanced Economies are Not Happy with China – or Xi

By Abhijnan Rej
A new opinion poll shows a dramatic growth in public pessimism about China across Europe, North America, and the Asia-Pacific.

Germany’s Indo-Pacific Vision: A New Reckoning With China or More Strategic Drift?
September 15, 2020

Germany’s Indo-Pacific Vision: A New Reckoning With China or More Strategic Drift?

By Coby Goldberg
Like Monday’s summit, Berlin’s regional strategy tinkers around the edges of trade policy without risking the cost of a full-fledged strategic reckoning with China.

Will Germany Set the Tone Again for Europe’s Asia Policy?
September 05, 2020

Will Germany Set the Tone Again for Europe’s Asia Policy?

By Laurens Hemminga
Germany’s trade-focused engagement with China strongly influenced a similar EU policy in the 1990s. Will a German shift now bring the EU with it?
Chessboard or Player? The EU Role in US-China Competition
November 26, 2019

Chessboard or Player? The EU Role in US-China Competition

By Körber-Stiftung
An interview with Thorsten Benner and Torrey Taussig.

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