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Global Shift: How the West Should Respond to the Rise of China

Chatham House, London

Participants

Dan Deudney, Transatlantic Academy Fellow
Jim Goldgeier, Transatlantic Academy Fellow
Iskander Rehman, Transatlantic Academy Fellow 

Overview

In May, the Transatlantic Academy Fellows released their 2011 report Global Shift: How the West Should Respond to the Rise of China. The report examines four areas in depth – the global economy, global security, energy and the environment, and the global commons – and presents a three part strategy for the West to respond to China’s rise. Here, a panel of the authors will discuss the report’s findings and, in particular, Euro-American security cooperation in the context of the shift of economic and political power to Asia.