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China’s Relations with Central and Eastern Europe: From “Old Comrades” to New Partners?
Weiqing Song
Publication PlaceNew York
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As China rises as an economic and an international power, new relationships are being forged with all areas of the world including Central and Eastern Europe. This book explores how this relationship is developing. It considers how China’s links with Central and Eastern Europe fit in to China’s overall international relations strategies. It looks at economic and trade ties, diplomatic initiatives and the role of the European Union, and examines China’s bilateral relations with the different states of the region. These relationships are particularly interesting because before the end of communism in Eastern Europe China had many direct links with the countries of the region.   

Table of Contents

1. Westward ho—the China Dream and ‘one belt, one road’: Chinese Foreign Policy Under Xi Jinping, Peter Ferdinand

2. The "16+1 Cooperation" under the "Belt and Road" Initiative, Zuokui Liu

3. Economic Relations between China and Central and Eastern Europe: Trade and Investment Issues, Ágnes Szunomár, Agnieszka Mccaleb, Xin Chen

4. From Mutual Understanding to a New Paradigm of Cooperation: China’s Public Diplomacy toward CEECs, Lilei Song

5. CEECs-China: Whose Norms, Whose Values? Stefan Auer and Thomas Stiegler

6. EU’s presence in CEECs and its impact on China-CEEC cooperation, Ling Jin

7. Czechia’s Relations with China: on a Long Road toward a Real Strategic Partnership? Rudolf Fürst

8. Hungary and China Relations, Tamas Matura

9. Between Central and Local Interdependence: Dimensions of Poland’s Relations with China, Dominik Mierzejewski

10. Sino-Romanian Relations under the New World Order, Iulia Monica Oehler-Şincai, Liu Minru

11. China’s Engagement in the Balkans: Challenges and Prospects from a Geopolitical Perspective, Jian Junbo

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AffiliationUniversity of Macau
First Author AffilicationUniversity of Macau
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Weiqing Song. China’s Relations with Central and Eastern Europe: From “Old Comrades” to New Partners?[M]. New York:Routledge,2017.
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