United States and Europe: A Concrete Agenda for Transatlantic Cooperation on China [open pdf - 14MB]
From the Introduction: "The United States and Europe increasingly agree that the People's Republic of China (PRC) poses significant political, economic, and even security challenges. Legislators and parliamentarians on both sides of the Atlantic have played an active and leading role in shifting approaches to meet these challenges. The next step is to turn this growing agreement into a constructive and concrete transatlantic agenda to defend shared interests and values. This report puts forward concrete ideas for collaboration in six key areas:  Fending off malign political influence,  Protecting the integrity of international organizations,  Addressing anti-competitive trade and economic practices,  Investing in future technologies and shaping how they are used,  Confronting the security implications of the PRC's strategic investments in energy, transport, and digital infrastructure through 'One Belt, One Road' (OBOR), and  Invigorating partnerships in Africa and the Indo-Pacific."
U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations: https://www.foreign.senate.gov/