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2004 - 2022

Current editor(s): Ulrich Volz and Lay Hwee Yeo

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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

Volume 19, issue 4, 2021

First mover advantage: the United Kingdom and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank pp. 411-425 Downloads
Edward Ashbee
A comparative analysis of the role of the state in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean investment in the EU pp. 427-444 Downloads
Bas Hooijmaaijers
The Saami and the Karen — common experience and differences: a comparative perspective pp. 445-465 Downloads
Agnieszka Szpak and Maria Ochwat
China’s impact on the European Union’s Arctic policy: critical junctures, crossovers, and geographic shifts pp. 467-487 Downloads
Reinhard Biedermann
Financial and trade relationships between the Eurozone and China in the age of resilience pp. 489-506 Downloads
Alessandro Del Ponte, Paolo Canofari and Audrey De Dominicis
Seize opportunities and jointly advance China-EU economic and trade relations pp. 507-509 Downloads
Xiang Xia
The Baltic CAI challenge: reconciling Transatlanticism with EU solidarity pp. 511-515 Downloads
Una Aleksandra Bērziņa-Čerenkova

Volume 19, issue 3, 2021

(Is) African spring in Chinese foreign policy (?) pp. 275-290 Downloads
Vahit Güntay
Turkey’s own “pivot to Asia”: a neoclassical realist analysis pp. 291-307 Downloads
Emine Akcadag Alagoz
Japan’s South Caucasian diplomacy: the development of Japanese foreign policy towards Georgia pp. 309-328 Downloads
Mariam Bibilashvili
Evolutionary institutionalism in Europe’s neighborhood post-enlargement: the European Neighborhood Policy brings geopolitics back in pp. 329-346 Downloads
Boyka M. Stefanova
European students’ learning adaptation to socio-cultural interactions in Taiwan pp. 347-370 Downloads
Jane Lu Hsu, Shu-Yun Chen and Roberta Facchinetti
ASEAN and the EU amidst COVID-19: overcoming the self-fulfilling prophecy of realism pp. 371-389 Downloads
Frederick Kliem
The Belt-and-Road Initiative as a paradigm change for European Union-China security cooperation? The case of Central Asia pp. 391-409 Downloads
Benjamin Barton

Volume 19, issue 2, 2021

Congruence-building on multiple fronts: Indian elite perceptions of EU rule promotion in India during the EU-India FTA negotiations (2007–2013) pp. 149-165 Downloads
Marie Sophie Peffenköver
Chinese and Indian FDI in Hungary and the role of Eastern Opening policy pp. 167-187 Downloads
Katalin Völgyi and Eszter Lukács
The ambiguities of Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil certification: internal incoherence, governance rescaling and state transformation pp. 189-208 Downloads
Shofwan Al Banna Choiruzzad, Adam Tyson and Helena Varkkey
South Korea’s hydrogen economy program as a case of weak ecological modernization pp. 209-226 Downloads
Ralf Havertz
Assessing the practical implementation of the EU’s values in EU–China dialogues pp. 227-244 Downloads
Max Roger Taylor
Image of China in Slovakia: ambivalence, adoration, and fake news pp. 245-258 Downloads
Matej Šimalčík
The EU–China energy cooperation: toward a reciprocal partnership? pp. 259-273 Downloads
Chao Zhang

Volume 19, issue 1, 2021

Economic impacts of transport and energy infrastructure connecting Asia and Europe: an introductory article for the special issue pp. 1-4 Downloads
Dina Azhgaliyeva
A comparison of the US and EU regulatory responses to China’s state capitalism: implication, issue and direction pp. 1-25 Downloads
Wei Yin
The impact of infrastructure on trade in Central Asia pp. 5-20 Downloads
Kamalbek Karymshakov and Burulcha Sulaimanova
Competition and cooperation in the natural gas market: a game-theoretic demand-base analysis pp. 21-49 Downloads
Youngho Chang, Dang Thi Quynh Trang, Tsiat Siong Tan and Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary
New horizons in EU–Japan security cooperation pp. 27-41 Downloads
Emil J. Kirchner and Han Dorussen
The challenges of China-European Union security cooperation in Africa pp. 43-57 Downloads
Niall Duggan and Obert Hodzi
Does infrastructure facilitate trade connectivity? Evidence from the ASEAN pp. 51-75 Downloads
C. T. Vidya and Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary
Colonialism in its modern dress: post-colonial narratives in EUrope-Indonesia relations pp. 59-74 Downloads
Camille Nessel
European Union and the fight against terrorism: a differentiated integration theory perspective pp. 75-104 Downloads
Oldrich Bures and Sebastian Bätz
China connecting Europe? pp. 77-101 Downloads
Julia Gruebler
Estimating causal effects of BRI infrastructure projects based on the synthetic control method pp. 103-129 Downloads
Yuan Li, Martin Kleimann and Hans-Jörg Schmerer
Connectivity, energy, and transportation in Uzbekistan’s strategy vis-à-vis Russia, China, South Korea, and Japan pp. 105-127 Downloads
Timur Dadabaev and Nigora Djalilova
Central Asia’s pipeline politics and India’s energy quest pp. 129-148 Downloads
Ramakrushna Pradhan
Economic impact of transportation infrastructure investment under the Belt and Road Initiative pp. 131-159 Downloads
Zhenhua Chen and Xinmeng Li
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