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18.15 Uhr

China’s Growing Role in the Mediterranean Region and the Implications for Europe

Dr. Simone Dossi, Università degli studi di Milano (Italy), Department of International, Legal, Historical and Political Studies

Over the past two decades, China’s role in the Mediterranean region (broadly defined) has significantly expanded. Once a peripheral region for China’s diplomacy, “West Asia and North Africa” (Xi Ya Bei Fei) have attracted increasing attention from Beijing, due to the expanding economic connections between China and countries in the region, and due to the political instability that has characterized the southern shore of the Mediterranean Sea since the “Arab Springs”. What are the main trends in China’s economic, diplomatic and security presence in the Mediterranean region? And what are the implications for Europe?

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Centre for Asian and Transcultural Studies (CATS)

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Institut für Sinologie

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