Strategic Conundrums for Minor Players: Europe and the US-China Relationship
About the Event
Europe has been a bit player in the U.S. relationship with China, geo-strategically and economically. The unravelling of the Chinese-American partnership has created a new context in which individual European states are maneuvering without confidence. The notion of a common European approach or capability is cruelly exposed, but so also are the quandaries of the modern understanding of strategy. This presentation will assess these developments considering past, present, and future.
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Jeremy Black - Jeremy Black is a Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute and a Professor of History at Exeter University in the UK. A prolific lecturer and writer, Black is the author of over 100 books and an expert on military, diplomatic, and cartographic history. The Society of Military History recognized Jeremy Black’s work in April 2008, presenting him with the Samuel Eliot Morison Prize for lifetime achievement.