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21/01/2010

Consul Européen:Communication

 

        
The latest issue of China Analysis,"China shapes its post-crisis agenda", argues that Beijing is taking a short term view in the debate over international economic governance after the global financial crisis.

China Analysis, a joint ECFR and Asia Centre publication, introduces European audiences to the ongoing debates in China, drawing on published sources and internal strategic thinking.

How far is China willing to go in order to strengthen international economic governance? The experts considered in this issue of China Analysis seem to take the short term view, as they seek to decouple the Chinese economy from international demand, and analyse both the internationalisation of the renmimbi and the role of the G20 in global governance. 

China Analysis is published in both English and French. Click here for the English version of this issue.

Contact information:

To contact ECFR's press office, telephone +44 207 031 1623 or email press@ecfr.eu. Contact Asia Centre on +33 1 75 43 63 20 or at contact@centreasia.org.

NOTES: 

  1. China Analysis represented the views of its authors, not the collective views of ECFR and its council members or Asia Centre.
  2. The European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) is the first pan-European think-tank. Launched in October 2007, its objective is to conduct research and promote informed debate across Europe on the development of coherent and effective European values based foreign policy. ecfr.eu
  3. Asia Centre, founded in August 2005, conducts research and organises debate on international relations and strategic issues, as well as on the political and economic transformations in the Asia-Pacific; promotes cooperation and second track dialogue with partners in Asia, Europe and the world; publishes timely information and analysis from the region, executive briefs and reports from our research team. Asia Centre is based at Sciences Po (Paris), a leading university for political and social sciences. http://www.centreasia.org/  

 

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