Call for contributions – EU-China Observer Issue #3.16

The Baillet Latour Chair of European Union-China Relations and the EU-China Research Centre at the College of Europe (Bruges campus) are calling for contributions to the EU-China Observer's third issue of 2016. The issue will focus on EU-China Cooperation/Competition in Global Governance (submission deadline: 30 July 2016).

The forthcoming issue of the EU-China Observer would like to explore EU-China Cooperation/Competition in Global Governance, covering the full range of global challenges as well as the role of existing and emerging institutions. In order to take account of recent Chinese initiatives such as the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), we are particularly looking for contributions exploring these in more detail. Contributions for the next issue of the EU-China Observer may cover – but are not limited to – the following topics:

• EU-China cooperation in G-20 – A success story?;
• The role of the EU-China strategic partnership in global governance;
• The AIIB and Europe’s place in this new institution;
• The global trade regime - WTO vs bilateral trade agreements;
• Papers covering general issues of EU-China relations in global climate, security, energy governance.

Please send your contributions to EUCO [at] by 30 July 2016.

The full call for papers, previous issues, and further information are available here.