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Title: Editorial., e-journal of international relations. VOL13 N2, TD1 - Thematic dossier: Perspectives on China's International Presence: Strategies, Processes and Challenges
Authors: Mendes, Carmen Amado
Keywords: Janus.Net
Issue Date: Dec-2022
Publisher: OBSERVARE. Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa
Abstract: This thematic issue is the result of collaboration with the Macau Scientific and Cultural Centre (also known as CCCM). This issue is particularly a product of the CCCM China Conferences, which are held annually in the spring and in which the authors participated. The CCCM is a scientific research centre based in Lisbon with the mission of producing, promoting, and disseminating knowledge about Macau and China in general, acting as a platform between Portugal and the People's Republic of China, as well as between Europe and Asia. This journal contains five articles in total. The first two articles look back at developments in the first decade of the millennium, and provide important analysis that contributes to our understanding of the events that mark the present-day. The remaining three articles focus on contemporary political issues, and deal with various aspects of Chinese domestic and international politics. Each of the papers presents original research, with independent and novel findings, that will certainly be of use to the readers of the issue in understanding recent issues that concern China in the twenty-first century.
Peer Reviewed: no
ISSN: 1647-7251
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