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Radosław Sikorski on EU’s sanctions row with China and the transatlantic partnership

“The EU's policy towards China should be based on the following principles: cooperate where possible, compete where needed, confront where necessary.” This is the vision of the European People’s Party’s (EPP) strategy paper on European relations with China released in the beginning of March. In this episode of MERICS Experts we talk to its author, Radosław Sikorski, Member of the European Parliament for the European People’s Party and chair of the European Parliament’s delegation for relations with the United States.

The conversation touches on a range of strategic issues related to EU-China relations including the implications of the exchange of sanctions between the EU and China, the prospects for transatlantic cooperation on China and the logic behind the EU’s Indo-Pacific strategy that is now in the works. The interview was conducted by MERICS Analyst Grzegorz Stec.

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MERICS Experts 118 - Radoslaw Sikorski
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Radosław Sikorski
MEP for the EPP; Chair of the EP’s delegation for relations with the US
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