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China, the European Union and Global Governance

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China, the European Union and Global Governance examines the key determinants of European and Chinese approaches to the restructuring of global governance systems. Using a multidisciplinary method, this collection of chapters analyses four distinct fields that are key for both China and the EU and in the development of their relations and future cooperation: the global trading system, the international monetary system, climate and energy policy and international security. In the context of China's growing role in global governance and of EU-China cooperation, these contributions emphasize strategies, prospects and objectives of both actors. They outline possible avenues for an enhanced partnership in light of the changing global order, which implies a rethinking of the existing multilateral structures. This interdisciplinary study will appeal to researchers and scholars interested in global governance, European foreign policy, Chinese foreign policy, EU-China relations, as well as trade, the international economy and climate change policies. Postgraduate students in international relations, international political economy, European studies and Chinese studies, as well as policymakers in the areas of external relations and EU-China relations, will also find much to interest them in this book.
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Edited by Jan Wouters, Full Professor of International Law and International Organizations, Jean Monnet Chair ad personam EU and Global Governance and Director, Institute for International Law and Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, KU Leuven, Belgium, Tanguy de Wilde, Universite catholique de Louvain, Pierre Defraigne, Madariaga - College of Europe Foundation and Jean-Christophe Defraigne, University Faculties of St Louis, Belgium


Contents: Introduction: China's Rise as a Global Actor, its Consequences for Global Governance and How Europe Copes with it Jean-Christophe Defraigne, Jan Wouters, Tanguy de Wilde and Pierre Defraigne PART I: SHIFTS IN THE GLOBAL ORDER 1. China Shakes the World: Challenges Arising from Shifts in the Global Balance of Power Jean-Christophe Defraigne 2. China and the EU in Global Governance: Seeking Harmony in Identities Yiwei Wang 3. Europe, China and the Group of Twenty Stewart Fleming PART II: THE WORLD TRADING SYSTEM 4. China and the European Union in the World Trade Organization: Living Apart Together? Jan Wouters and Matthieu Burnay 5. What Lessons Can be Learned from the Doha Round? Xiaodong Wang 6. Beyond European Conditionality and Chinese Non-Interference: Articulating EU-China-Africa Trilateral Relations Chien-Huei Wu PART III: THE WORLD FINANCIAL AND MONETARY SYSTEM 7. A Monetary G3 with a Multilateral Perspective Pierre Defraigne 8. Prospects for the International Monetary System: Key Questions Michel Aglietta 9. Is the Renminbi Undervalued? Sylvain Plasschaert 10. Dynamic Engagement: China's Participation in International Monetary Institutions Qu Bo PART IV: CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY 11. Global Climate Governance and the Energy Challenge: European and Chinese Perspectives David Belis and Simon Schunz 12. China-EU and the Challenge of Global Climate Change and Energy Richard N. Cooper 13. Climate Change, Technology Transfer and Low-carbon Economy Development in China Jingquan Chen 14. EU-China Climate Relations: The Clean Development Mechanism and Renewable Energy in China Pei-fei Chang, David Belis and Hans Bruyninckx 15. The Energy Challenge: China, the EU and the Restructuring of Global Governance Bernard Snoy 16. China, the EU and Sustainable Energy: Cooperation, Competition or Conflict? Bram Buijs and Lucia van Geuns PART V: SECURITY AND POLITICS 17. The US-Japan Alliance and the Rise of China: Implications for the East Asian Security Order and the EU's Regional Role Elena Atanassova-Cornelis 18. The EU vis-a-vis China: A Question of Power and Coercion? Tanguy de Wilde d'Estmael 19. The EU and China: Emerging Global Powers Capable of Balancing US Hegemony and Shaping a New World Order? Hanne Cuyckens 20. BRICs, China and the Emerging World Order: Is the PRC Writing a New Global Script? Jagannath P. Panda Concluding Remarks: China-EU Relations in Turbulent Times: Which Way Forward? Jan Wouters and Matthieu Burnay Index