Reassessing the China-EU Comprehensive Strategic Partnership: 2017 (Research Series on the Chinese Dream and China's Development Path)
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|Format: ||Hardcover, 255 pages, 2017 Edition|
|Other Information: ||8 black & white illustrations, 30 colour tables, biography|
|Published In: ||Singapore, 01 July 2016|
This book provides a comprehensive review of relations between China and the EU from the perspectives of politics, economy and culture in order to provide a better understanding of the development of the China-EU Strategic Partnership over the past ten years and to explore its future direction. It goes on to discuss China-EU relations against the backdrop of global governance, as well as China's relations with some of the EU member states. The final part of the report presents a comparative analysis of China-EU relations and EU-US relations. This book will help readers to better understand the status quo and to predict China-EU relations in the near future.
Table of Contents
Part I General Report.- 1 Reassessing the China-EU Comprehensive Strategic Partnership (2003-2013).- Part II The Three Pillars of China-EU Relations.- 2 China-EU Political Relations.- 3 China-EU Trade and Economic Relations.- 4 "People to People" as a Pillar in China-EU Relations.- Part III China-EU Relations in the Context of Global Governance.- 5 International Peace and Security and the Cooperation between China and the EU in the UNSC.- 6 China-EU Relations in the context of Global Trade Governance.- 7 China-EU Relations in the context of Global Financial Governance.- 8 The Global Energy Governance Structure and China-Europe Energy Relations.- 9 China-EU Relations in the Context of Global Climate Governance.- Part IV Public Perceptions of China-EU Relations.- 10 The Chinese Perception of the EU.- 11 The Europeans' Perception of China.
About the Author
Hong Zhou, Researcher and Director at Institute of European Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS); CASS academic committeeman and Deputy Director of Division of International Studies of CASS; Chairwoman of Chinese Association for European Studies. Her main research fields focus on European contemporary history and politics, Welfare State and social security, foreign aid etc. Her main Publications include Decomposing Welfare (1998), Foreign Aid and Modern International Relations (chief editor and co-author, 2002), Foreign Social Welfare Systems (chief editor, 2003), The Course of European Civilization (co-author, 2003), China-EU Partnership: Possibilities and Limits (chief editor, 2004), Whither the Welfare State (2006), Foreign Aid in China (chief editor and co-author, 2007; 2nd edition, 2013), European Union as A Power (chief editor, 2008), EU Governance Model (co-author and co-author, 2008), Chinese View of the World (associate editor, 2009), China-Europe Relations: Perceptions, Policies and Prospects (co-editor, 2008), International Comparison of Social Security Systems Series (chief editor, four volumes, 2011), 60 Years of Chinese Foreign Aid (chief editor, 2013), Changing Images of Europe (co-author, 2013), Notes on Foreign Aid (2015), Toward a Society with Protection for All (2015), etc.
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