By Jianwei Wang, Weiqing Song
This quantity addresses significant subject matters in modern diplomacy: Sino-European family members and international governance. This booklet has a targeted method of Sino-European family, with international governance as either a subject matter for research and a conceptual framework to hitch jointly the person chapters in a coherent approach.
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41. , “Zhongguo-oumeng maoyi cha’e xianzhuang ji qi yuanyin de shizheng fenxi” [An Empirical Analysis of the State and Factors of China-EU Trade Imbalance], guoji maoyi wentii, No. 11, 2007, pp. 25–30. 42. Tiger Tong, “China, EU Agree Only on the Agreed,” The Business Times (Singapore), December 4, 2007. 43. Vince Chong, “EU, China Trade Reps Appear to Mend Fences,” The Straits Times, s April 26, 2008. 44. Stephen Green, “China’s Quest for Market Economy Status,” Chatham House Briefing Note, e May 2004.
44 But in the current context of intensifying competition in international economic activities, it is hard to imagine the EU will come up with any consensus on granting China a market economy status. 45 Conclusion For about a decade since the mid-1990s, China and the EU enjoyed a relationship that has been described as “a honeymoon,” a term that may not have represented the mainstream view in the EU regarding its relations with Beijing but that nonetheless connotes the positive interactions between the two parties in that period.
Cultural and educational policy might be a good example of one such area (Reiterer 2014; Yang 2015).