March 14, 2018

Peter Potman on the Rise of China and Transatlantic Cooperation

By Julianne Smith, Daniel Kliman and Peter Potman

Peter Potman, Director of the Asia and Oceania Department at the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, joins Julie Smith and Dr. Dan Kliman of CNAS to discuss the Dutch and broader European assessment of China’s growing global influence, how Europe should respond to Beijing’s ambitions, and potential opportunities for transatlantic coordination on China.

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