The German government’s China strategy is to make foreign policy clearer and more effective, according to announcements from the traffic light coalition. Whereas ideas on how to deal with the new superpower were previously scattered across various strategy papers in different departments, there are supposed to be clear instructions for action in the future. The strategy is intended to offer a way out of the major dilemma of dependence on the partner and rival without immediately burning all bridges.
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