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« Does the Rise of China Threaten the Transatlantic Partnership? »

Book chapter
Philippe Le Corre,

in The China Questions 2 : Critical Insights into US-China Relations, M.A. Carrai, J. Rudolph, M. Szonyi (eds), Harvard University Press

, September 20, 2022

« Nuclear Deterrence and Strategic Stability in Europe: French Positions and Perceptions »

Book chapter
Benjamin Hautecouverture,

in Arms Control and Europe : New Challenges and Prospects for Strategic Stability, P. Sinovets & W. Alberque, Springer

, 2022

European and American approaches toward Chinese direct foreign investment

Book chapter
Philippe Le Corre,

in Europe in an Era of Growing Sino-American Competition:Coping with an Unstable Triangle, Routledge

, March 19, 2021

Preventing Nuclear Proliferation and Reassuring America’s Allies

Report
François Heisbourg,

The Chicago Council on Global Affairs

, February 13, 2021

Europe Can Afford the Cost of Autonomy

Article
François Heisbourg,

Survival, Vol. 63, n°1

, February 11, 2021

Joe Biden and Collective Security in Europe

Note
Benjamin Hautecouverture,

Canadian Global Affairs Institute (CGAI)

, February 2021

Europe, Arms Control and Strategic Autonomy: Understanding the Equation for Effective Action

Book chapter
Benjamin Hautecouverture,

in Capturing Technology, Rethinking Arms Control 2020, Federal Foreign Office, Germany

, November 2020

BRI: Implications for Europe

Book chapter
Philippe Le Corre,

in US–China Foreign Relations : Power Transition and its Implications for Europe and Asia, Robert S. Ross, Øystein Tunsjø and Dong Wang (eds.), Routledge

 

, October 30, 2020

How the Coronavirus Pandemic Shattered Europe’s Illusions of China

Article
Philippe Le Corre,

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP) 

, July 10, 2020