The Connectivity Cooperation Between China and Europe
A Multi-Dimensional Analysis
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This book is the first systematic China-based study on connectivity cooperation between China and Europe. It is packed with discussion of scholars not just from China, but also Central and Eastern Europe on the origin and paradigm of China-European connectivity from a range of different perspectives. As a result of intensive coordination efforts, the study co-edited by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and the Institute of International Politics and Economics in Serbia, aims at providing policy suggestions for fostering greater links between China and European countries heading into the future. Furthermore, this Cooperation is used as a special research case to showcase and promote cooperation between China and Europe along with its achievements and challenges. This collection of essays is the fruit of extensive transnational efforts and will be a valuable resource for all those working in the areas of International Relations and Political Science with a focus on China and Europe.
Table of Contents
PART I: OVERVIEW OF CONNECTIVITY COOPERATION BETWEEN CHINA AND EUROPE
1. Cooperation between China and Central and Eastern European Countries in the Context of the BRI
2. China-Europe Connectivity System in Perspective of Embedded Relationship
3 Strategic Sovereignty: The Framework of Connectivity between China and Europe
4 Beyond China’s Grand Strategy Cultivation: Connectivity as Neglected Variable
Branislav Djordjevic, Nenad Stekic
5 The Pandemic and The Connectivity between China and Europe
Ivona Ladjevac, Ana Jovic-Lazic
PART II: FORMS OF CONNECTIVITY COOPERATION BETWEEN CHINA AND EUROPE
6. The Soft Connectivity between China and Europe: Commons and Divergences on Sustainable Development
7. The "Dual Circulation" Strategy: China’s Response to Declining International Economic Connectivity
8. Chinese Cultural Diplomacy and BRI—View from the Establishment of China Cultural Centers
9 Digital Economy Connectivity in China and Europe: Status and Prospects
Gu Hongfei, Bian Minjia
PART III: CASES OF CONNECTIVITY COOPERATION BETWEEN CHINA AND EUROPE
10. The Connectivity between China and Europe: the Successful Experience from Zhejiang
Zhang Haiyan, Lyu Fangyi, and Xiong Xiao
11. Connectivity Cooperation between Regional China and Europe: The Integrated Regional Development of the Yangtze River Delta as an Opportunity to Europe
12. Economic Connectivity Within the BRI: China and the Western Balkans
13. The BRI and Southeast Europe 6: Connectivity, Peace Growth, and "Debt-trap Diplomacy"
14. Connecting the Dots: Can Eu and China Cooperate in the Western Balkans?
Liu Zuokui is the Research Fellow and Deputy Director of the Institute of European Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Liu’s major research interests include Central and Eastern European Studies, Balkan Studies, European Union Integration Studies, China-EU Relations and EU-USA relations.
Branislav Djordjevic was appointed the Director of Institute of International Politics and Economics in January 2015. The main field of his research interest is international security.