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The Evolving Relationship between China, the EU and the USA
A New Global Order?





ISBN 9780367133887
Published December 5, 2019 by Routledge
252 Pages 2 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book closely scrutinizes the individual and collective roles played by China, the EU and the USA in contemporary world politics.





Examining the three actors’ respective strategic and policy positions on and behaviour towards the flux of the contemporary global order, the analysis focuses on three major issues and challenges: foreign and security policy; economics and trade; and climate change and energy. Discussing their relative power, as well as their interests, beliefs and positions on a set of decisive issues, this book explores bilateral relations between the three powers and the ways in which they may interact trilaterally in a broader global context to shape international politics.





Written by a stellar line-up of experts from the fields of politics and international relations, The Evolving Relationship between China, the EU and the USA will be of huge interest to students and scholars from within these fields, as well as policy-makers and practitioners more generally.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Introduction  1. Introduction  2. A New Order or No Order? The EU-China-US Relationship and its Impact on Global Order  Part 2: Foreign and Security Policy  3. China, the EU, the US, and Global (Security) Governance  4. Caught between a Withdrawing Hegemon and an Emerging leader – What Role for the European Union in the Evolving US-China-EU ‘Triangle’?  5. The United States in a Global Triangle? Re-configuring US-EU and US-China Foreign Policy and Security Relations  Part 3: Economics and Trade  6. EU-China-US Trilateral Relations: Status quo, Problems and Perspectives  7. The European Union’s Trade Strategy in the Emerging Tripolar Structure with the United States and China  8. A Disorderly Retreat from Global Governance? US Trade and Investment Policies in the Trump Era  Part 4: Climate Change and Energy  9. The EU-China-US Trilateral Relations in Global Climate Governance: The Perspective of China  10. The EU-US-China Triangles and the Paris Agreement: A Clash of Orders?  11. Climate Change Politics in the US, China and the EU: Climate Science and the Framing of Climate Action  Part 5: Conclusion  12. Conclusion

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Biography

Jing Men is Baillet Latour Chair of EU-China Relations and Director of the EU-China Research Centre in the Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies of the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium.





Simon Schunz is a Professor in the Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies of the College of Europe in Bruges, the Academic Coordinator of the joint College of Europe–The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy ‘Master of Arts in Transatlantic Affairs’ (MATA) and an Associate Research Fellow at UNU-CRIS, Bruges, Belgium.





Duncan Freeman is Research Fellow at the EU-China Research Centre in the Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies of the College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium.