China s European Headquarters

Chapter 2 shows that the Sino-Soviet split contributed to the everincreasing size, intensity, and reach of China's various networks operated from Switzerland, as the Chinese attempted to counterbalance the loss of Soviet economic, ...

Author: Ariane Knüsel

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1009169467

Category: History

Page: 300

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Ariane Knüsel offers new perspectives on China's presence in Europe through analysis of Switzerland's central role during the Cold War.

US China EU Relations

Early in 2009, China's Prime Minister Wen Jiabao came to Europe and visited Switzerland, Germany, the EU headquarters in Brussels, Great Britain and Spain. Dubbed 'tour of confidence' by China, France was notably absent from Wen's ...

Author: Robert Ross

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135272808

Category: History

Page: 320

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This volume brings together a group of leading international scholars to discuss how US-China-EU relations will shape the future of international politics. Arguing that these three powers will play a key role in establishing and managing a new world order, the contributors examine how a future global order is developed by the interaction of these leading actors in the international system. The authors also address how the US, China and the EU promote cooperation and manage conflict of interests on a wide spectrum of issues including new security challenges. By linking the management of international affairs to specific policy issues, the book shows that the US-China-EU triangular configuration is a pivotal relationship for understanding contemporary international relations. This book offers a comprehensive assessment of US-China-EU interactions and will be of great interest to students of Asian politics, US foreign policy, EU politics and security studies and IR in general. Robert S. Ross is Professor of Political Science at Boston College, Associate, John King Fairbank Center for East Asian Research, Harvard University, Associated Professor at the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies, Senior Advisor, Security Studies Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Øystein Tunsjø is Senior Research Fellow at the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies. Zhang Tuosheng is director of the research department and senior fellow at the China Foundation for International and Strategic Studies.

Rebalancing Asia

China and the EU. European Union External Action Service. https://eeas.europa.eu/headquarters/headquarters-homepage/ 15394/china-and-eu_en. ... State Council Information Office of the People's Republic of China. (2019). China's National ...

Author: Pramod Jaiswal

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9811637571

Category: Social Science

Page: 232

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This book explores the struggle between China and the United States to expand their influence in Asia through economic assistance and defensive alliances. It brings together the diverse viewpoints of scholars from various countries on how Asian countries will exploit this geo-strategic competition to pursue their national interests, while also balancing their relations with the two great powers. The book offers a valuable asset for all those who have an interest in great power politics and international relations, especially academics, policymakers and security experts.

China EU Relations in a New Era of Global Transformation

emerging - approach - to - china - s - belt - and - road - initiative - pub - 77536 Brattberg , Erik and Philippe Le ... Available at : https://eeas.europa.eu/headquarters/headquartersHomepage / 50752 / european - way - connectivity- ...

Author: Li Xing

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 100040756X

Category: Political Science

Page: 310

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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-US strategic competition, US global withdrawal, the transatlantic split, the China-Russia comprehensive "alliance," and Brexit. The book highlights the struggles of 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 conceptualise 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.

China and the Global Media Landscape

European public opinion of China has been and is still the most negative in the world, and the European ... The European headquarters of Xinhua News Agency and Xinhua Europe Regional Bureau, were established in Brussels in 2004, ...

Author: Gabriele Balbi

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 1527537420

Category: Social Science

Page: 202

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In the last decade, the Chinese media have imposed themselves in the global arena and have started to become a reference point, in business and cultural terms, for other national media systems. This book explores how the global media landscape was changed by this revolutionary trend, and why and how China is now playing a key role in guiding it. It is, on the one hand, a book on how the Chinese media system continues to take inspiration and to be shaped (or remapped) by American, European and Asian media companies, and, on the other, a volume on the ways in which recent Chinese media’s “going out” strategy is remapping the global media landscape. Organised into two sections, this book has eight chapters written by American, Chinese and European scholars. Focusing on different markets (such as the movie industry, the press, broadcasting, and the Internet), different regions and different actors (from Donald Trump to the Tanzania-Zambia Railway to journalists), this book provides a fresh interpretation on the main changes China has brought to the global media landscape.

US China Foreign Relations

25 Sixty-three percent of Chinese FDI in the EU are by SOEs, see Hanemann, Huotari, and Kratz, Chinese FDI in Europe: ... and Asia,” EEAS, September 19, 2018, https://eeas.europa.eu/headquarters/headquarters-Homepage/50752/european-way- ...

Author: Robert S. Ross

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1000204693

Category: Political Science

Page: 216

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This book examines the power transition between the US and China, and the implications for Europe and Asia in a new era of uncertainty. The volume addresses the impact that the rise of China has on the United States, Europe, transatlantic relations, and East Asia. China is seeking to use its enhanced power position to promote new ambitions; the United States is adjusting to a new superpower rivalry; and the power shift from the West to the East is resulting in a more peripheral role for Europe in world affairs. Featuring essays by prominent Chinese and international experts, the book examines the US–China rivalry, the changing international system, grand strategies and geopolitics, foreign policy, geo-economics and institutions, and military and technological developments. The chapters examine how strategic, security, and military considerations in this triangular relationship are gradually undermining trade and economics, reversing the era of globalization, and contributing to the breakdown of the US-led liberal order and institutions that will be difficult to rebuild. The volume also examines whether the adversarial antagonism in US–China relations, the tension in transatlantic ties, and the increasing rivalry in Europe–China relations are primarily resulting from leaders’ ambitions or structural power shifts. This book will be of much interest to students of Asian security, US foreign policy, European politics, and International Relations in general.

Insurance Law in China

According to figures presented at the 16th EU-China Summit in November 2013, the European Union and China are two of the biggest traders in the world. China is now the EU's second largest trading partner behind the United States and the ...

Author: Johanna Hjalmarsson

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1317665198

Category: Law

Page: 380

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The Chinese insurance market is expanding enormously as risk adversity takes hold in the economy while the role of the State as guarantor of commerce is gradually reduced. In addition, insurance is a heavily regulated field with detailed contract law stipulations. An introduction to regulation and contract law and an understanding of current issues is essential for someone seeking to do business in the Chinese market. Insurance law is also a field that translates well from one jurisdiction to another, and academics will be interested in understanding how issues are dealt with in another jurisdiction. The book seeks to present and discuss current topics in Chinese insurance law and regulation to an English-speaking audience knowledgeable of common law insurance law and international insurance business. The combined effect of the papers is to present Chinese insurance law to an audience unfamiliar with Chinese law, in a readable and accessible essay chapter format. Each chapter is written by an expert in the field and goes beyond a basic introduction to provide in depth well-researched information and academic analysis on the topic in question.

Japan s new security partnerships

13 For some (not many) details on the dialogue, see European External Actions Service (EEAS), China and the EU 22 China is – at ... https://eeas.europa.eu/headquarters/headquartershomepage/15394/china-and-eu_en#Political+relations.

Author: Wilhelm Vosse

Publisher: Manchester University Press

ISBN: 1526123142

Category: Political Science

Page: 264

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After decades of solely relying on the United States for its national security needs, over the last decade, Japan has begun to actively develop and deepen its security ties with a growing number of countries and actors in the Asia-Pacific region and Europe, a development that has further intensified under the Shinzo Abe administration. This is the first book that provides a comprehensive analysis of the motives and objectives from both the Japanese and the partner-countries’ perspectives, and asks what this might mean for the security architecture in the Asia-Pacific region, and what lessons can be learned for security cooperation more broadly. This book is for those interested in Japan’s security policy beyond the US-Japan security alliance, and non-US centred bilateral and multilateral security cooperation. It is an ideal textbook for undergraduate and graduate level courses on regional security cooperation and strategic partnerships, and Japanese foreign and security policy.

China EU Trade Disputes and Their Management

Chinese and EU enterprises are encouraged to strengthen their cooperation on production, technology, management and training ... China will establish Chinese cultural centres in capitals of EU members and the EU headquarters — Brussels.

Author: Qingjiang Kong

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9814452149

Category:

Page: 200

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The European Union (EU) has now become the largest trade partner of China. While Sino-US trade relations and particularly the high-profile trade disputes between the US and China get considerable academic attention for geopolitical reasons, less research has been done on the Sino-EU trade disputes that gradually loom large on the horizon. This book delves into the trade disputes between China and the EU and identifies the causes for trade disputes. It examines how the disputes will shape China-EU trade relations, and offers a macro overview on how the issues can be resolved or at least how they should be managed. This timely book sheds light on Sino-EU trade disputes, putting these in global perspective and enriching the literature in this regard. Contents: Trade between China and the EU: A Historical PerspectiveTrade Disputes between China and the EUAn Empirical Study of Trade Defense Instruments and Their UsesThe EU's Monitoring of China's Compliance with WTO ObligationsThe EU's Trade Policy-Making MechanismChina's Trade Policy-Making MechanismTransitional Product-Specific Safeguard Measures and Their Implication for Trade Disputes between China and the EUThe Chinese and EU Approaches to Dispute Settlement in the WTO and Their ImplicationsTrade Disputes between China and the EU: Are They Manageable?Management of China-EU Trade Disputes: Beyond Disputes and Trade Readership: Trade specialists, trade lawyers, public policy makers, advanced undergraduates and graduate students in trade/business, law, and China Studies.

The Making of European Security Policy

In Security Relations between China and the European Union: From Convergence to Cooperation?, and E. Kirchner, ... September 19. https://eeas.europa.eu/headquarters/headquartershomepage/50708/connecting-europe-and-asia-building-blocks- ...

Author: Roberta Haar

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1000385248

Category: Political Science

Page: 254

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This volume addresses how and in what capacity the European Union and its member states are able to respond to fundamental shifts occurring in global politics and remain relevant for the future. The changing nature of the international system is subject to considerable contestation among scholars, with many claiming that the fundamentals of the post-war international system are being rewritten. This volume brings together prominent scholars in the field of European security to address a range of pertinent issues related to Europe’s role in the context of evolving global challenges. The first section focuses on whether the EU is an actor with a strategic nature and the means to act on a global security strategy. The second section considers the institutional dynamics and the approaches at the EU’s disposal to fulfil its possible intended global roles. The third section addresses Europe’s most important strategic relationship—the partnership it has with the United States. This section considers the recalibration of the transatlantic relationship in light of the changing international system and the reorientation of U.S. foreign policy. This book will be of much interest to students of European Union policy, European Security policy, European Foreign policy and International Relations in general.