16.03.2012, Hannes Hanso
Estonian Foreign Policy Institute
China’s role in global affairs is becoming increasingly important. This article offers an analysis of EU-China relations, including political and economic challenges that this relationship faces. Diplomatic relations between the EU and China were established 36 years ago in 1975. Both China and the EU have undergone profound changes since then. After decades of contact, cooperation and challenges, a new level of relationship was reached in 2003 in the form of a ‘Strategic Partnership’.
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