Building coalitions is a vital requirement in managing such global confrontations. Whether the countries of the EU will support the U.S. and recognize the threat from China to their own security and prosperity remains a challenge for Washington and for Brussels, Berlin, Paris, and other European capitals. The recent investigation of two former senior EU officials suspected of spying for China is sure to compound growing fears over the PRC’s expanding presence across Europe.
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- General agreement between US and Europe at Munich Security Conference on confronting China in contrast to rising transatlantic disagreements
- But US and Europe disagree on approach, with US favouring confrontation and Europe preferring dialogue