Power Shifts in East Asia and Their Implications for Asia–Europe Relations

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East Asia has attracted great interest not only due to its economic, demographic and cultural potential, but also thanks to its rapidly rising international position. While in the past it was Japan that could be considered as a forerunner of economic and societal changes on the Asian continent, at present it is China that holds a dominant position in terms of economic, political and military power. China’s rapid rise has led both to increase in tensions in East Asia and to intensification of the efforts to institutionalize multi­lateral dialogue in the region. This edited volume aims to analyze the changes in distribution of power in East Asia at the beginning of the 21st century as well as their implications for the development of relations between Asian and European countries. The multi-dimensional analysis of political, economic, and societal shifts in East Asia will contribute to better understanding of the complex factors influencing Asia-Europe relations.


Liczba stron230
WydawcaWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego
ISBN-13978-83-8142-288-8
Numer wydania1
Język publikacjiangielski
Informacja o sprzedawcyePWN sp. z o.o.

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  Karol Żakowski, Bartosz Kowalski, Introduction    7
  
  Changes in Balance of Power in East Asia    11
  David A. Jones, Hanzhen Liu, Tensions Along the Western Pacific Rim of East Asia: Obstacles or Opportunities?    13
  Paweł Behrendt, South China Sea – A Multifaceted Conflict    39
  Kamer Kasim, Power Shift in Taiwan and Its Implications on Cross-Strait Relations    51
  
  Evolution of East Asian Economies and Societies    69
  Mirosław Jurdeczka, Transition Economy of Vietnam: A New Horizon of Opportunities    71
  Eunwon Yi, “Enemies of the People” in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea: The Political Meaning of Human Rights Violations Against Them    93
  Natalia Zajączkowska, The Caste System in Contemporary Indian Democracy    117
  
  Shift in Asia–Europe Relations    131
  Marsela Musabelliu, The Man with a Dream and a Plan: Xi Jinping, the “Chinese Dream” and the Belt and Road Initiative    133
  Jeremy Garlick, China–EU Energy Security Cooperation: The Case for Renewables    145
  Mateusz Smolaga, Multilateral Development Banks as Instruments of EU–Asian Relations    159
  Hongfei Gu, Can Asymmetric Relationships Work Together? A Quantitative Approach of “16+1” Cooperation Mechanism    187
  Karol Żakowski, Values or Interests? Japan’s Relations with European Countries under the Abe Administration    213
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