Mittwoch
20
JUL

18.15 Uhr

EU-China Relations in the aftermath of Brexit and Covid-19

Dr. Pablo Pareja Alcaraz, University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona (Spain), Vice-rector of Faculty Affairs and Community Relations

The past five years both the European Union and China have experienced some significant internal changes that have also affected their international role and image. In turn, these changes have had an impact on the main trends that have characterized EU-China relations during the two first decades of the 21st Century. Despite their relevance, these transformations have not led to what Daniel W. Drezner has defined as “transformative change”, but they have opened the door to three potential scenarios for the future: the gradual intensification of the relationship, mostly in economic and military affairs; the erosion of the relationship and the gradual loss of the EU's influence in Asia; and the growing sinicization of EU's international strategy.

Pablo Pareja Alcaraz is Serra Hunter Associate Professor in International Relations at the University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, where he acts as Vice-rector of Faculty Affairs and Community Relations. He is also the Academic Coordinator of the Erasmus Mundus Master Program in Public Policy at the Barcelona Institute of International Studies (IBEI). His main research interests include the study of the Contemporary International Order and Asian international relations, with particular attention to Chinese Foreign Policy.

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