Resetting the next phase of EU-China relations post-COVID

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Resetting the next phase of EU-China relations post-COVID


Looking ahead to the future of geopolitics post-pandemic, this online Europe-China Policy & Practice Roundtable will bring together a select group of Chinese and European scholars, think tank representatives, policymakers and business representatives for an open and lively debate on EU-China relations. Participation in the Policy & Practice Roundtable is by invitation only, and discussions will be held under the Chatham House rule.

Recommendations will be brought into discussion with a wider audience during the Europe-China Forum, to be held online from 30 November to 2 December. Click here to view the full programme.

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Ensuring a rapid recovery will require a global effort. Even before the pandemic wreaked havoc across the world, the fall-out from US-China trade and tech tensions had hurt growth, spooked financial markets and destabilised global supply chains. As China and Europe seek to move their relationship forward in a new, post-COVID era, issues that were already high up the list of priorities will take on a new sense of urgency. Both will need to work with renewed vigour to keep markets open, uphold the values of multilateralism, and reform outdated institutions.

  • What new challenges and opportunities have arisen for the EU-China relationship in the aftermath of the pandemic?
  • What should be the next steps for EU-China relations after concluding the Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI)?
  • What should the EU and China do to use this moment to initiate real reform in fragilized multilateral institutions like the World Trade Organization (WTO) and World Health Organization (WHO)?
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