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China, the European union and global governance.


China, the European union and global governance.

Ed. by Jan Wouters, Tanguy de Wilde d'Estmael, Pierre Defraigne and Jean-Christophe Defraigne.

Edward Elgar Publishing


352 pages



Leuven global governance


Essays in this collection examine four areas that are critical for both the European Union and China in their relations and future cooperation: global trading, the international monetary system, international security, and climate and energy policy. A sampling of topics includes challenges arising from shifts in the global balance of power, articulating EU-China-Africa trilateral relations, China's participation in international monetary institutions, global climate governance and the energy challenge, and the U.S.-Japan alliance and the rise of China. The book should attract researchers, scholars, postgraduate students, and others interested in European and Chinese foreign policy, global governance, trade, the international economy, and other issues. Editors are Wouters (Leuven Centre for Global Governance, U. of Leuven, Belgium), Pierre Defraigne (Madariaga-College of Europe Foundation, Belgium), and Jean-Christophe Defraigne and d'Estmael (Institute for European Studies).

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