Readership: Scholars and students of international relations, particularly the EU and China, policy makers.
Edited by David Kerr, Lecturer in the International Relations of China, School of Government and International Affairs; Research Associate, Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Durham, and Liu Fei, Associate Professor, Institute of European Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China
David Kerr & Liu Fei: Introduction
Section 1: Strategic Identities
David Scott: The EU-China 'strategic dialogue': pathways in the international system
Li Shaojun: Key Elements in the Foreign Strategy of China
Liselotte Odgaard & Sven Biscop: The EU and China: Partners in Effective Multilateralism?
Section 2: Society and Government in the EU-China Relationship
Wu Baiyi: Diplomacy for Integration: the economic aspect of Chinese Foreign Policy
Li Xiaoping: Chinese Television Coverage and Chinese Perceptions of Sino-EU Relations
Liu Fei: Intergovermentlism and China-Eu relations
Jean-Pierre Cabestan: The role of France in Sino-European relations: central or marginal?
Section 3: China-Europe Engagement at Regional and Global Levels
Alyson J.K. Bailes & Anna Wetter: EU-China Security Relations: the 'softer' side
Chen Bo: Contrast in the Security Concepts of China and the EU: the perspective of a PLA officer
Zhang Linhong: The Multilateral Security Regime in Asia-Pacific Region and China's Choice
Sebastian Bersick: The impact of European and Chinese soft power on regional and global governance
William A Callahan: Comparative Regionalism: the logic of governance in Europe and East Asia
Christopher Holtby: East Asian stability and security: the roles and responsibilities of the EU
Section 4: China-EU 2025
Feng Zhongping: Promoting the Deep Development of the China-EU relationship
Yang Yang: China and the EU: Science and Technology cooperation as a binding factor in partnership
David Kerr: Between Regionalism and World Order: five structural factors in China-Europe relations to 2025