1st Edition

China-EU Relations in a New Era of Global Transformation

Edited By

Li Xing



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ISBN 9780367562397
July 13, 2021 Forthcoming by Routledge
328 Pages 11 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book draws together leading experts to examine the key issues in China-EU relations.

China-EU relations are increasingly complex and affected by a number of inter-related factors, such as China’s global rise, growing China-United States strategic competition, US global withdrawal, the transatlantic split, the China-Russia comprehensive "alliance", and Brexit. The book highlights the struggles by both China and the EU to look for a dynamic and durable mode of engagement in an attempt to achieve the balance between opportunities and challenges, and between partnership and rivalry. International contributors explore how to conceptualize China-EU relations and identify their differences and commonalities such as the EU’s role in China’s foreign policy process and how the EU works with China as a strategic partner. Finally, it analyses China’s and the EU’s perceptions of their own present and future roles.

Shedding light on the perspectives of understanding and change in China-EU relations and its impact on multilateralism, it will appeal to researchers and professionals working in International Relations, International Political Economy and area studies who are interested in the rise of emerging powers and the changing world order.

Table of Contents

China-EU Relations at a Crossroads: "Systemic Rivalry" or "Strategic Partnership"?

Li Xing

2 Europe-China and the Third Way: Steering Order in Times of Change.

Evidence from the AIIB and WTO reform

Anna Caffarena and Giuseppe Gabusi

3 Not Getting It’s Act Together? The European Unions’ Policy towards China

Søren Dosenrode

4 China and the EU: Convergence through Multilateralism

Feng Yuan

5 The Russian Energy and Climate Nexus and the Sino-Russian Relationship

Mette Skak

6 The EU’s Struggle of "Standing in Two Boats": The Dual Complexity of the Belt and Road in China-EU Relations

Li Xing

7 One Belt, Multiple Roads: Moscow and Rome in China's Geo-economic Calculations

Igor Denisov and Elena Maslova

8 The Ideational Impact of China's Belt and Road in Europe: Cooperation and Competition as Pathways of Principle-Diffusion

Anastas Vangeli

 

9 The Evolving Role of the EU in Intensifying Great Power Politics in the Arctic – Potential Implications for EU-China Relations

Camilla T. N. Sørensen

10 European-Russian-Chinese Arctic Energy System

Mariia Kobzeva and Rasmus Gjedssø Bertelsen

11 China and Central and Eastern Europe: The Case of the Baltic States

Aleksandra Kuczyńska-Zonik and Tomasz Stępniewski

12 EU and China’s Strategic Partnership on the Blue Economy: Challenges and Opportunities

Malayna Raftopoulos and Anita Nissen

13 China-EU Economic Relations, Where to Go? Implications from a Longitudinal Case Study of International Acquisition

Wang Daojuan and Wu Juan

14 The Role of Culture in Order-building: Lessons from China’s Engagement on the Borders of the EU

Jelena Gledic

15 Framing Chinese Tourism in Europe: Golden Geese or Gaggles?

Karina Smed and Ane Bislev

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Biography

Li Xing is Professor, Research Center on Development and International Relations, Department of Politics and Society, Aalborg University, Denmark.