German citizens have little concern about a conflict between Europe and China, according to a survey. Around one in two do not fear tensions between Europe and the People’s Republic, according to a study published on Wednesday by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS) on the Germans’ opinion of security. According to the study, however, there was a difference between the new and old federal states: West Germans are more likely than East Germans to see a potential threat resulting from tensions between China and Europe (26:19 percent of respondents).
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