China isn’t Europe’s ‘partner’ on climate

This article is part of the series Facing China.

Dalibor Rohac is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.

In its strategic documents, the European Union describes China simultaneously as a “competitor,” “a systemic rival” and “a cooperation partner.” The idea of partnership — with “closely aligned objectives” no less — refers to one single issue: climate change.

Without China on board, the reasoning goes, it becomes impossible to tackle global warming and…

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