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Germany Can Learn from Japan’s China Strategy

In an article for Foreign Policy, Rhodium Group Managing Director Noah Barkin advocates for a new foreign policy strategy for Germany.

One of the biggest foreign-policy challenges for a new German government will be to find the right balance among economic priorities, national security interests, and the defense of democratic values in its relationship with China. In doing so, Germany can learn a lot from Japan, another country with deep economic ties to China that has grown increasingly wary of Beijing’s authoritarian shift at home and growing assertiveness abroad under Chinese President Xi Jinping.

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