Germany’s new Indo-Pacific policy suggests that it is reassessing its relationship with China. Photo: ReutersGermany’s new Indo-Pacific policy suggests that it is reassessing its relationship with China. Photo: Reuters
Germany’s new Indo-Pacific policy suggests that it is reassessing its relationship with China. Photo: Reuters

Why is Germany wading into the Indo-Pacific’s strategic waters?

  • Berlin’s relationship with Beijing is founded on economics and trade but now the European giant is taking a bigger interest in the region on the other side of the world
  • Among the main concerns is the South China Sea, an area at risk of becoming a flashpoint

Topic |   European Union
Germany’s new Indo-Pacific policy suggests that it is reassessing its relationship with China. Photo: ReutersGermany’s new Indo-Pacific policy suggests that it is reassessing its relationship with China. Photo: Reuters
Germany’s new Indo-Pacific policy suggests that it is reassessing its relationship with China. Photo: Reuters
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