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27.11.2020 | China in Europe and Transatlantic Security
Andrew A. Michta - ICDS

The US sees China as an economic and security problem, as its principal strategic competitor. Michta explains that the 17+1 project is seen as part and parcel of the larger strategy pursued by the Chinese Communist Party to penetrate Europe, reduce American influence on the continent and, most importantly, penetrate digital networks vital to the military and economic future of the NATO alliance. This means that the 17+1 initiative undermines Central and Eastern European countries’ relationship with the US, reduces allied solidarity in Europe and thus is weakening NATO. Download and read: China in Europe and Transatlantic Security (PDF) https://icds.ee/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/ICDS-EFPI-Brief_China-in-Europe-and-Transatlantic-Security_Andrew-A-Michta_November-2020.pdf


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