China and Europe Since 1978: A European Perspective

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Richard Louis Edmonds
Cambridge University Press, Aug 29, 2002 - Political Science - 217 pages
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Considering the development of Chinese-European relations since China embarked on its open policy, these papers suggest that political relations have not significantly modified Europe's relations with China. They imply that Europe and China tend to view their relations with each other in terms of their relationships with the U.S. Articles include: Human Rights, Europe and the People's Republic of China; Diplomatic Relations and Mutual Strategic Perceptions: China and the European Union; Economic Relations between Taiwan and Europe; and Cultural Relations between China and the Member States of the European Union.
 

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Contents

An Introduction
1
China and the European Union
10
Chinas Diplomatic Relations with the States of Europe
33
Republic of China
45
An Institutional Perspective
64
Economic Relations between the PRC and the States of Europe
78
The Role of Hong Kong and Macau in Chinas Relations with Europe
108
Political Extensions to EuropeTaiwan Economic Ties
136
Economic Relations between Taiwan and Europe
154
Cultural Relations between China and the Member States of the European Union
181
Glossary of Chinese Terms
205
Index
207
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Richard Louis EDMONDS has published in Annals of the Association of American Geographers, The China Quarterly, and Land Use Policy and he has published books with the Clio Press and Routledge.

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