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Europe goes cold on China

By

Malcolm Cook

17 April 2008 10:43

A new poll on European attitudes towards the US for the Financial Times makes good reading in Washington (and Tehran), and worrying reading in Beijing. When people in France, the UK, Italy, Spain and Germany were asked which country was the greatest threat to global stability, China topped the results in four of the five, with Spain as the outlier. In this same poll in 2007, the US as the consensus country of greatest threat.