Transatlantic cooperation on Asia, and on China in particular, is still characterized by missed opportunities and self-imposed obstacles. Yet it would be a mistake to underplay the constructive developments that have occurred during the Trump administration. At the working level, a great deal of groundwork has now been laid for the joint efforts that will be necessary
on a range of Asia policy issues.
A great article by Andrew Small, Senior Transatlantic Fellow, Asia Program at GMF.