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The New Strategic Triangle: U.S. and European Reactions to China's Rise

Summer 2005

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The New Strategic Triangle: U.S. and European Reactions to China's Rise. David Shambaugh. Washington Quarterly. Summer 2005

Although they share similar views on many aspects of China's place in the international community, the U.S. and Europe differ over their perceptions of global order, China's rise, and the resources devoted to analyzing China. Greater dialogue and coordination among all three are overdue.

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