The Center for American Progress will be issuing a new progressive strategy on China on Wednesday, March 27. This strategy will provide a tough but practical framework for managing the mounting challenge presented by China to American economic and security interests. Our overarching framework is “limit, leverage and compete”—with a strong emphasis on the idea that success in competition will be defined as much by what we do in Michigan and Ohio as in the South China Sea. And further, that we have to multilateralize our efforts—especially when it comes to challenges like digital trade. It also provides a practical framework for balancing competition and cooperation.
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