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2004 - 2024

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Volume 22, issue 2, 2024

The role of soft law in China-led multilateralism: revisiting China–CEE cooperation pp. 145-163 Downloads
Yifan Yang
Two tigers in one mountain: Europeanising the Western Balkans amid China’s engagement pp. 165-183 Downloads
Pengfei Hou
Neighbours under the North Star: Civil wars in Finland and Korea pp. 185-200 Downloads
Sungju Park-Kang
The embrace and resistance of Chinese battery investments in Hungary: The case of CATL pp. 201-223 Downloads
Qiong Miranda Wu
Development support as education aid or labor trade? South Korean nurses in West Germany (1965–1976) pp. 225-244 Downloads
Jinyoung Yu and Jungwook Seo
Correction to: Everybody wins? Chinese perceptions on Europe‑China third‑party market cooperation in Africa pp. 245-245 Downloads
He Yun, Shi Zhiqin, Feng Lida, Yu Qiyan and Chi Haohan

Volume 22, issue 1, 2024

Term limits in Africa between the European Union (EU) and China: Opportunities and challenges of trilateral cooperation in politics and governance pp. 1-19 Downloads
Fru Norbert Suh I
Everybody wins? Chinese perceptions on Europe-China third-party market cooperation in Africa pp. 21-41 Downloads
He Yun, Shi Zhiqin, Feng Lida, Yu Qiyan and Chi Haohan
Political informality, state transition and Belt and Road Initiative: the case of Turkey’s logistics sector pp. 43-61 Downloads
Derya Göçer and Ceren Ergenç
The United Kingdom, the Belt and Road Initiative, and policy amalgams pp. 63-83 Downloads
Edward Ashbee
The 'Tilt' and the 'Pacific Uplift' in 'Global Britain's' ties with the Pacific Islands pp. 85-102 Downloads
Liam Saddington
Expanding the study of the EU-centred actorness: ASEAN in the emerging Indo-Pacific construct pp. 103-119 Downloads
Hidetaka Yoshimatsu
Comparative analysis of the connectivity of world cities in Europe and Asia through the lens of advanced producer service networks pp. 121-144 Downloads
Xiang Feng, Ben Derudder, Liang Dai, Wei Shen, Rui Shao and Peter J. Taylor

Volume 21, issue 4, 2023

EU-Korea relations at 60: managing cooperation in the context of great power rivalry pp. 481-492 Downloads
Tereza Novotná, Thomas Christiansen and Moosung Lee
The EU, Korea, and conflict transformation through regional integration pp. 493-506 Downloads
Moosung Lee and Thomas Diez
EU-Korea security cooperation: a new normative partnership? pp. 507-525 Downloads
Sae Won Chung and Ben Tonra
EU-Korea trade relations in the context of global disruption: political and legal perspectives pp. 527-544 Downloads
Thomas Christiansen and Bongchul Kim
South Korea and the EU battling COVID-19: shared contribution to global health governance and human security pp. 545-564 Downloads
Tereza Novotná and Nam Kook Kim
EU-South Korea international cultural relations in the twenty-first century: an overview pp. 565-585 Downloads
Sung-Won Yoon and Mariano Martín Zamorano
Parliamentary diplomacy between the EU and the Republic of Korea pp. 587-606 Downloads
Youngah Guahk and Isabel Hernandez Pepe
Resetting the energy-transition paths amid the dual crises: the EU-South Korean responses to the war in Ukraine and US-China rivalry pp. 607-623 Downloads
Hayann Lee and Jae-Seung Lee

Volume 21, issue 3, 2023

Between economic openness and strategic caution: Germany’s response to China’s investment pp. 291-309 Downloads
Yu-Han Cai and Charalampos Efstathopoulos
All in favour? Indian business interests and the India-EU FTA pp. 311-329 Downloads
Kari Irwin Otteburn
The determinants of Chinese foreign direct investment in the European Union pp. 331-349 Downloads
Flora Rencz
EU and China’s comparative advantage, trade complementarity and trade specialization dynamics in agricultural products pp. 351-379 Downloads
Junshi Li and Yao Pan
The EU’s image in Asia: an analysis of the Taiwanese media reports on the EU between 2018 and 2021 pp. 381-396 Downloads
Hungdah Su
Comparative perspectives and cases in university governance in European and Chinese universities pp. 397-400 Downloads
Chang Zhu and Aysun Caliskan
China-EU economic relations–new perspectives on decision-making, mutual understanding and effects—introduction to the special issue pp. 401-412 Downloads
Frank Gaenssmantel
The European Commission and the “Europeanisation” of EU trade diplomacy: the case of EU-China relations, 1999–2021 pp. 413-427 Downloads
Jan Harst
The EU and China in the climate regime: exploring different pathways towards climate justice pp. 429-435 Downloads
Franziskus Lucke
The EU and China in the global climate regime: a dialectical collaboration-competition relationship pp. 437-457 Downloads
Sirma Altun and Ceren Ergenc
Changes in China’s climate justice perceptions: domestic and international consequences pp. 459-480 Downloads
Iselin Stensdal and Gørild Heggelund

Volume 21, issue 2, 2023

China and the European Union in Africa: win–win-lose or win–win-win? pp. 119-136 Downloads
Dewei Che and Adams Bodomo
Not seeing eye to eye: perception of the China-EU economic relationship pp. 137-154 Downloads
Suetyi Lai
Measuring economic diplomacy using event study method: the case of EU-China summit talks and Airbus stock price changes pp. 155-171 Downloads
Sunkung Choi
The influence of Chinese foreign policy think tanks on China’s EU policy: a comparative analysis of CIIS and SIIS pp. 173-208 Downloads
Hua Xin
‘System friction’ in China-EU economic relations and the reaction of the EU pp. 209-223 Downloads
Herman Voogsgeerd
China’s partners or US allies: the dual status of major European states and their voting behaviour in the UNGA pp. 225-250 Downloads
Qi Haixia
Case studies investigating distorted supervisor-postgraduate relationship and solutions in Chinese universities pp. 251-272 Downloads
Huanling Ma, Lijing Huang, Wenji Fan, Zhao Cheng and Chang Zhu
A case study of decentralization reform in a Chinese university pp. 273-290 Downloads
Yarong Liu, Xiang Yao and Yujie Xue

Volume 21, issue 1, 2023

Divergences between the European Union and China on reducing international aviation emissions pp. 1-21 Downloads
Duong Thi Thuy Mai and Bo Yan
Technological intensity in manufacturing trade between ASEAN and the EU: challenges and opportunities pp. 23-42 Downloads
Amadeo Navarro Zapata, María Arrazola and José Hevia
A meteoric strategic partnership? The still long march of mutual understanding and trust between China and the Czech Republic pp. 43-59 Downloads
Fangxing Qin, Jeremy Garlick and Siyang Liu
Bottom-up market-facilitation and top-down market-steering: comparing and conceptualizing green finance approaches in the EU and China pp. 61-80 Downloads
Mathias Lund Larsen
Armenia-India partnership: geopolitical and geo-economic implications in the Eurasian context pp. 81-100 Downloads
Radhika Lakshminarayanan and Tigran Yepremyan
Diverging perceptions of the “Visegrad Four + ” format and the limits of the V4 + Japan cooperation pp. 101-116 Downloads
Michal Kolmaš
Correction to: “Contingent power extension” and regional (dis) integration: China’s Belt and Road Initiative and its consequences for the EU pp. 117-118 Downloads
Julia Gurol and Fabricio Rodríguez

Volume 20, issue 4, 2022

Understanding China’s changing engagement in global climate governance: a struggle for identity pp. 357-376 Downloads
Jilong Yang
Financing climate justice in the European Union and China: common mechanisms, different perspectives pp. 377-401 Downloads
Stephen Minas
How and why European and Chinese pro-climate leadership may be challenged by their strategic economic interests in Brazil pp. 403-422 Downloads
Carlos R. S. Milani and Leonildes Nazar Chaves
The European Parliament’s shifting perspectives on climate justice with regard to China and India pp. 423-439 Downloads
Sanja Petrović, Franziska Petri and Katja Biedenkopf
“Contingent power extension” and regional (dis)integration: China’s Belt and Road Initiative and its consequences for the EU pp. 441-456 Downloads
Julia Gurol and Fabricio Rodríguez
Building resilient supply chains in uncertain times: a comparative study of EU and ASEAN approaches to supply chain resilience pp. 457-475 Downloads
Angela Pennisi di Floristella and Xuechen Chen

Volume 20, issue 3, 2022

Bridging the communication gap in EU-China relations: policy, media, and public opinion pp. 219-227 Downloads
Li Zhang
The EU and China: talk to each other or talk across each other pp. 229-244 Downloads
Jing Men
The EU and China: policy perceptions of economic cooperation and competition pp. 245-264 Downloads
Duncan Freeman
Focusing on political and civil concerns in news media? European refugee issue seen from China pp. 265-281 Downloads
Shujun Jiang, Li Zhang and Leen d’Haenens
The China–EU relation and media representation of China: the case of British newspaper’s coverage of China in the post-Brexit referendum era pp. 283-303 Downloads
Qingning Wang
Mapping perception of China in Central and Eastern Europe pp. 305-327 Downloads
Lai Suetyi and Cai Yidong
The impact of the Japan-European Union Economic Partnership Agreement on the trade and income of Japan, the European Union, and South Korea pp. 329-356 Downloads
Chae-Deug Yi

Volume 20, issue 2, 2022

WTO + and WTO-X provisions in the European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement: a ‘fruit salad tree’ is yet to grow pp. 69-80 Downloads
Tran Thi Thuy Duong
The enforceability of the trade and sustainable development chapters of the European Union’s free trade agreements pp. 81-98 Downloads
Demy Wout
Sectoral effects of the Japan-EU Economic Partnership Agreement for the European Union countries pp. 99-114 Downloads
Rumiana Górska
Comparative study on the internal governance models of Chinese and European universities pp. 115-135 Downloads
Yan Wang, Qian Liu and Rui Chen
EU-China university governance structures—case studies pp. 137-171 Downloads
Yujie Xue, Jan Cornelis and Chang Zhu
Worsening British views of China in 2020: evidence from public opinion, parliament, and the media pp. 173-194 Downloads
Tim Summers, Hiu Man Chan, Peter Gries and Richard Turcsanyi
Analysing the EU’s collective securitisation moves towards China pp. 195-216 Downloads
Xuechen Chen and Xinchuchu Gao
Correction to: Mapping perception of China in Central and Eastern Europe pp. 217-218 Downloads
Suetyi Lai and Yidong Cai

Volume 20, issue 1, 2022

Assessing the pros and cons of the EU-China comprehensive agreement on investment: an introduction to the special issue pp. 1-7 Downloads
Nicola Casarini and Miguel Otero-Iglesias
CAI: China is ready, how is about Europe pp. 9-13 Downloads
Xin Chen
Turning pressure into opportunity: CAI and the future of China’s structural reform pp. 15-20 Downloads
Xiaolin Duan and Xinning Song
The EU-China CAI—perspectives from the European business community in China pp. 21-24 Downloads
Joerg Wuttke
CAI: Merkel’s choice pp. 25-29 Downloads
Reinhard Bütikofer
Poland’s stance on CAI: no need for haste pp. 31-38 Downloads
Justyna Szczudlik
Italy and the Comprehensive Agreement on Investments: disappointment over the process pp. 39-46 Downloads
Francesca Ghiretti
The CAI as seen from Spain: a positive agreement with uncertain implementation pp. 47-52 Downloads
Mario Esteban
A French perspective on the China-EU comprehensive agreement on investment: the proof of the pudding is in the eating pp. 53-58 Downloads
Françoise Nicolas
The EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment: context and content pp. 59-64 Downloads
François Godement
CAI is DOA pp. 65-68 Downloads
Daniel S. Hamilton
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