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China, Europe and International Security

Interests, Roles, and Prospects

Edited by Frans-Paul van der Putten, Chu Shulong

Routledge – 2011 – 218 pages

Series: Asian Security Studies

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Description

This book examines the roles played by China and Europe in the domain of international security in the 21st century.

Bringing together Chinese and European expertise on the Sino-European Security relationship , this book positions Europe - both the EU and the major national actors - and China in a global security context. It offers not merely an elaboration of the theme of bilateral security relations, but also introduces a wider view on Europe and China as global security actors. The chapters cover four main themes: the perceptions of and actual relations between Europe and China as security actors; relations of China and Europe with third parties such as the US, Russia, and Iran; Europe and China as actors in multilateral security approaches; Europe and China as (potential) security actors in each other’s technological domain or region.

Given the increasingly prominent roles that both China and Europe play in international security as permanent members of the UN Security Council (in the European case, through the informal and partial representation of the UK and France), through their extensive global economic interests, and their important relations with the USA, this book provides a timely examination of the current state and future developments in the Sino-European relationship.

This book will be of much interest to students of international security, Chinese politics, EU studies and IR in general.

Contents

Introduction Frans-Paul van der Putten and Chu Shulong 1. Europe’s Views on China’s Role in International Security May-Britt Stumbaum 2. China's Views on Europe's Role in International Security Zhang Yanbin 3. Bilateral Security Relations between China and Europe Wang Bo 4. Space and Defence Technology in European-Chinese Security Relations Nicola Casarini 5. Hegemonic Cycles and Sino-European Cooperation in Global Governance Xuan Xingzhang and Yang Xiaoping 6. US-China-Europe Security Relations: The Global Security Structure and Order in the Twenty-First Century Chu Shulong and Chen Songchuan 7. Russia-China-Europe security relations Feng Feng 8. The European Union and East Asian Security: Prepared for the Future? Gudrun Wacker 9. Cooperation and Competition on the Iran Nuclear Dispute: The Role of the European Union and China Willem van Kemenade 10. Chinese and European Engagement in UN Peace Operations Janka Oertel 11. Europe Sails East, China Sails West: Somali Piracy and Shifting Geopolitical Relations in the Indian Ocean Susanne Kamerling and Frans-Paul van der Putten Conclusion Frans-Paul van der Putten and Chu Shulong

Author Bio

Frans-Paul van der Putten is a research fellow at the Clingendael Institute in The Hague, Netherlands. He is the editor-in-chief of Itinerario: Journal on the History of European Expansion and Global Interaction.

Chu Shulong is Professor of Political Science and International Relations at the School of Public Policy and Management and Deputy Director of the Institute of International Strategic and Development Studies at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.

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Description: Edited by Frans-Paul van der Putten, Chu Shulong. This book examines the roles played by China and Europe in the domain of international security in the 21st century. Bringing together Chinese and European expertise on the Sino-European Security relationship , this book positions Europe - both the EU...
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