The International Politics of EU-China Relations

Paperback | December 13, 2007

EditorDavid KerrbyLiu Fei

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In the past 10 years the European Union and China have emerged as new international actors. They have an increasingly diverse relationship covering economy, politics, technology, culture and education; but beyond these two-way linkages the EU-China development is also changing theinternational political environment. One noted US scholar, David Shambaugh, has pointed to a new 'Strategic Triangle' between the US, EU, and China. Several other major actors such as Japan, India and Russia are also interested in the 'EU factor' in their relations with China; or the 'China factor'in their EU relations. This volume presents contributions from major scholars from Europe and China, which debate the nature, problems and potential of the emerging strategic relationship between the EU and China. Several papers develop new theoretical approaches to regionalism and inter-regionalism. The first majorscholarly work to provide a comprehensive overview of EU-China relations and the wider international context, this volume will be essential reading for scholars and students of international relations and policy makers.

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In the past 10 years the European Union and China have emerged as new international actors. They have an increasingly diverse relationship covering economy, politics, technology, culture and education; but beyond these two-way linkages the EU-China development is also changing theinternational political environment. One noted US schola...

David Kerr is a Lecturer in the International Relations of China, School of Government and International Affairs; Research Associate, Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Durham. Liu Fei is an Associate Profssor, Institute of European Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:260 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.73 inPublished:December 13, 2007Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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David Kerr and Liu Fei: IntroductionSection 1: Strategic IdentitiesDavid Scott: The EU-China 'strategic dialogue': pathways in the international systemLi Shaojun: Key Elements in the Foreign Strategy of ChinaLiselotte Odgaard and Sven Biscop: The EU and China: Partners in Effective Multilateralism?Section 2: Society and Government in the EU-China RelationshipWu Baiyi: Diplomacy for Integration: the economic aspect of Chinese Foreign PolicyLi Xiaoping: Chinese Television Coverage and Chinese Perceptions of Sino-EU RelationsLiu Fei: Intergovermentlism and China-Eu relationsJean-Pierre Cabestan: The role of France in Sino-European relations: central or marginal?Section 3: China-Europe Engagement at Regional and Global LevelsAlyson J.K. Bailes and Anna Wetter: EU-China Security Relations: the 'softer' sideChen Bo: Contrast in the Security Concepts of China and the EU: the perspective of a PLA officerZhang Linhong: The Multilateral Security Regime in Asia-Pacific Region and China's ChoiceSebastian Bersick: The impact of European and Chinese soft power on regional and global governanceWilliam A Callahan: Comparative Regionalism: the logic of governance in Europe and East AsiaChristopher Holtby: East Asian stability and security: the roles and responsibilities of the EUSection 4: China-EU 2025Feng Zhongping: Promoting the Deep Development of the China-EU relationshipYang Yang: China and the EU: Science and Technology cooperation as a binding factor in partnershipDavid Kerr: Between Regionalism and World Order: five structural factors in China-Europe relations to 2025