China Hawks Are All Wrong on Europe’s Engagement With Xi

China Hawks Are All Wrong on Europe’s Engagement With Xi
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz meets Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of People in Beijing, China, Nov. 4, 2022 (Kay Nietfeld photo via AP).

As the West ramps up its efforts to help Ukraine survive Russia’s ongoing invasion, European and U.S. policymakers are already examining their failure to deter Russian President Vladimir Putin for lessons that might help develop a more effective strategy to respond to Beijing’s increasingly assertive foreign policy posture.

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