Template talk:Foreign relations of the European Union
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China and the European Union
Currently, the template links to European Union arms embargo on the People's Republic of China for relations between the PR China and the EU. Even in the absence of a full article on the subject, I don't think that linking to a page about an arms embargo conveys a full picture of Euro-Chinese relations, and even portrays them as centred around trade sanctions. Until a full article is written, would it be better to remove the link altogether, or to link to this , which is at least a short summary?
OSmeone (talk) 19:31, 24 February 2008 (UTC)
- it is just a link to the only thing we have on the subject. It is hardly misleading as the article has its own title. Better to provide something than nothing. But please do start a full article.- J.Logan`t: 18:54, 3 February 2010 (UTC)