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(017) CLIMATE POLICIES AFTER COPENHAGEN
(017) CLIMATE POLICIES AFTER COPENHAGEN

Author(s): Jean-François Di Meglio, Mathieu Duchâtel, François Godement, Anne Rulliat, Thomas Vendryes
Subject(s): Geopolitics
Published by: ECFR European Council on Foreign Relations
Keywords: China’s foreign policy;
Summary/Abstract: Strategic culture, power balances and the analysis of geopolitical shifts are a long-standing Chinese obsession. Academic institutions, think-tanks, journals and web-based debate are growing in number and quality. They work to give China’s foreign policies breadth and depth. China Analysis introduces European audiences to the debates inside China’s expert and think-tank world, and helps the European policy community understand how China’s leadership thinks about domestic and foreign policy issues. While freedom of expression and information remain restricted in China’s media, these published sources and debates are the only available access we have to understand emerging trends within China. China Analysis mainly draws on Chinese mainland sources, but also monitors content in Chinese language publications from Hong Kong and Taiwan. Reports from Hong Kong and Taiwan reflect the diversity of Chinese thinking, with occasional news and analysis unpublished in the mainland.Each issue of China Analysis in English is focused on a specific theme, and presents policy debates which are relevant to Europeans. It is available at www.ecfr.eu. A French version of China Analysis exists since 2005 and can be accessed at www.centreasia.org

  • Page Count: 11
  • Publication Year: 2010
  • Language: English