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G7 and NATO Summits: It’s all about China

The G7, including the EU, have challenger China in mind at their meeting in Elmau

There is no question about it: Russia’s President Vladimir Putin is currently the main enemy of the G7 countries. And the leaders at the summit in Elmau made this unmistakably clear when they spoke of Russia’s “dirty war of aggression” and expressed their solidarity with Ukraine. But one other country, in particular, is targeted by US President Joe Biden: China. And here, the situation for the G7 is far more complex.

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