The triangle China, U.S. and Europe at the beginning of 2021
The relationship between the world's three biggest economies – the EU, the U.S., and China – is decisive in shaping the coming decade: both in terms of joint global responsibilities and opportunities, as well as in the challenges they pose to each other.
With the upcoming EU review of its China strategy, the foreign policy formulation of the Biden Administration, and the 14th Five-Year Plan, the baselines for this essential triangle interplay will be set. What are the future focal points? Where can the EU-U.S.-China cooperate? And what role for the EU-U.S. alliance in advancing their priorities towards and on China?
Speech of German Consul General Dr. Althauser:
The triangle China, U.S. and Europe at the beginning of 2021 – the European Union's and Germany's perspective: Challenges and opportunities
Speech of US Consul James Heller:
The Biden administration's China policy and areas of potential strengthened cooperation between the United States and Germany
Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany
Consul General at U.S. Consulate General Shanghai
Chairperson of the Board of German Chamber of Commerce in China | Shanghai and Senior Vice President, Head of SAP Global Labs Network SAP China Co., Ltd.