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Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.China, the European Union and the Developing World provides a comparative analysis of Chinese and EU influence across five different regions of the developing world: Asia-Pacific; South and Central Asia; the Middle East and North Africa; Sub-Saharan Africa; and Latin America. While there is broad acknowledgement that the importance of China is rising across the developing world, this book offers a comprehensive and comparative account of the relative increase of the Chinese presence in the various different regions. It highlights its impact on the relationship between the EU and the developing world regions and shows how the rise of China affects the relations between these regions and Europe. This comprehensive study will appeal to researchers and scholars interested in global governance, European foreign policy, Chinese foreign policy, EU-China relations, as well as trade compared with developing countries around the world. Students of European studies and Chinese studies, as well as policymakers in the areas of external relations and EU-China relations, will also find this book a useful guide.
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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, Jean-Christophe Defraigne, Institute for European Studies, Universite Saint Louis, Belgium and Matthieu Burnay, Lecturer in Global Law, School of Law, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), UK, and Associate Fellow, Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, KU Leuven, Belgium
Contents: Introduction: China, the European Union and the Developing World: Analyzing and Comparing a Triangular Relationship Region by Region Matthieu Burnay, Jean-Christophe Defraigne and Jan Wouters PART I ANALYZING AND COMPARING A TRIANGULAR RELATIONSHIP 1. The Historical Links between China, Europe and the Developing World Jean Christophe Defraigne PART II EAST ASIA 2. How Important is Northeast Asia for China and the EU? Economic Convergence, Geopolitical Divergence Elena Atanassova-Cornelis 3. The EU-ASEAN Economic Relations and China-ASEAN Economic Relations Wenjia Wang 4. China's Rise, the American 'Pivot' and the European Union in Southeast Asia David Camroux 5. The EU, China and Southeast Asia: Divergent Views of Dealing with Human Security in Burma/Myanmar Katja Weber PART III SOUTH ASIA and CENTRAL ASIA 6. India, China and the European Union: Changing Engagements and New Relations Ummu Salma Bava 7. India's Role in the World: Implications for Multilateralism and Global Governance Jivanta Schoettli 8. Engaging with Central Asia: China Compared to the European Union Fabienne Bossuyt PART IV MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA 9. The Evolution of European and Chinese Interests in the MENA Region Karima Fachquoul and Jean-Christophe Defraigne 10. Economic Relations between China and Maghreb Countries Thierry Pairault 11. European and Chinese Perspectives on the Handling of the Iranian Nuclear Question Clara Portela 12. China, the EU and Libya: Competing Interests and Conflicting Values Ronald Bruce St John PART V SUBSAHARAN AFRICA 13. China and the European Union in Sub-Saharan Africa Benjamin Barton and Ariane de Bellefroid 14. EU-China-Africa and the Challenges of African Development Chris Alden and Laura Barber 15. China-DRC: a Convergence of Interests? Bob Kabamba PART VI LATIN AMERICA 16. Unbalanced Triangle: Trade and Investment Relations between the European Union, China and Latin America Gilles Verhulst 17. China in Latin America: Cooperation and Hegemony? Sophie Wintgens Index