“Going Global” and Regionalization in EU-China Relationship: Perspective from the Baltics

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Abstract

This paper outlines the complex trends of the EU-China relationship. The EU and China have an extensive and growing economic engagement. China’s “going global” and the Belt and Road initiative may provide further opportunities for cooperation. However, considerable challenges, concerns and uncertainty exist. There is a divergence of values and diversity of interests. The wider frameworks and regional formats, such as 17+1 have mixed results. Moreover, tense relations between the US and China complicate even further complex and delicate balance of interests and expectations between the EU and China. This study identifies the existing trends and add the new contributing impetus to EU-China relations from the Baltic perspective
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)177-192
JournalEuropean Studies – The Review of European Law, Economics and Politics
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Keywords

  • European Union
  • China
  • going global
  • regionalization

Field of Science

  • 5.6 Political science

Publication Type

  • 1.3. Anonymously reviewed scientific article published in a journal with an international editorial board and is available in another indexed database

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