EU China Observer - Issue 4/2010

Dear Colleagues,
The InBev-Baillet Latour Chair of European Union-China Relations (College of Europe) is pleased to announce that issue 4/2010 of the electronic journal "EU China Observer" has been released.
You can download it here
 This issue includes the following articles:“How Does the EU Cope with Crisis? What Consequences for China?”, by Mr. Pierre Defraigne, Executive Director of Madariaga-College of Europe Foundation; “The Road of China’s Peaceful Development and EU-China Relations in the Past Thirty-five Years", by Mr. CHEN Baosheng, Vice Chairman of China Reform Forum and Vice President of the Party School of Central Committee of the Communist Party of China;
“The Role of NGOs in the EU-China Partnership on Climate Change", by Miss Mireia Paulo Noguera, recent graduate from the European Political and Administrative Studies Programme, College of Europe, Charles Darwin Promotion, 2009-2010.Book Review on The European Union and China: Interests and Dilemmas, by Prof. Emilian Kavalsky, Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at the University of Western Sydney.Book Review on Remaking the Global Order: The Evolution of Europe-China Relations and Its Implications for East Asia and the United States, by Ms SHEN Wenwen, Research Associate at Bath University’s European Research Institute and a Ph.D. candidate at the University’s Department of European Studies and Modern Languages.
Additional information is available on our website
Best wishes,    
Prof. Jing Men, Ph.D.
InBev-Baillet Latour Chair of European Union - China Relations
EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies
College of Europe
Tel: 32 50 47 72 58
Fax: 32 50 47 72 50