The Journal of Contemporary European Studies has published its 4th isssue on developments in EU-Asia relations.
The number contains Editorial Foreword written by Maria Garcia: The Complex and Multifaceted Nature of EU-Asia Relations; six research articles: Michael Smith, Huaixian Xie, “The European Union and China: The Logics of ‘Strategic Partnership”, Pietro De Matteis, “EU-China Cooperation In the Field of Energy, Environment and Climate Change”, Elena Atanassova-Cornelis, “The EU-Japan Strategic Partnership in the 21st Century: Motivations, Constraints and Practice”, Maria Garcia, “Fears and Strategies: The EU, China and their Free Trade Agreements in East Asia”, Beginda Pakpahan, “Contemporary Trans-regional Cooperation between Europe and Asia in a Changing World”, and Alessandra Brovelli, Natalia Chaban, Suet-Yi Lai, Martin Holland, “Invisible Forum? The Public Outreach of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM)”. Follow three book reviews: Beyer, C. (2010). Counterterrorism and International Power Relations: The EU, ASEAN and Hegemonic Global Governance (reviewer Barrie Wharton), Casarini, N. (2010). Remaking Global Order: The Evolution of Europe-China Relations and its Implications for East Asia and the United States (reviewer Jaanika Erne), and Ross, R.S., Tunsjø, Ø. and Tuosheng, Z., eds (2010). US-China-EU Relations: Managing the New World Order (reviewer Salvatore Finamore).
The table of contents and abstracts are available at http://www.jcer.net/ojs/index.php/jcer