In 2015 the EU and China celebrated the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations. Both parties have started to engage with each other on a higher level and deepened multi-lateral co-operation to improve diplomatic, political, economic, educational, technological and cultural ties, as well as local governance and tourism. The EU-China Economics and Politics Institute is designed to encourage, improve and strengthen EU-China relations, and to extend communication and cooperation in the field of education and research.
The EU-China Economics and Politics Institute is based on the EU-China Weapon Embargo Research Project (6th July 2010), which was designed to update and analyse the EU’s policy of placing an embargo on weapons sales to China. This research project was the precursor of the EU-China Economics and Politics Institute. Currently, 17 professional scholars research at the EU-China Economics and Politics Institute, and their research fields mostly relate to EU-China Relations, NATO, Political Economy, and International Security. The EU-China Economics and Politics Institute values research contribution by efforts with EU-China Economics and Politics Journal (on-line)”, and “Issues and Studies Textbook”. The EU-China Economics and Politics Institute share a common goal: to encourage and improve mutual understanding and communication between the EU and China.
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