2011 | 6(13) | 168-186
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Stosunki Unii Europejskiej z Chińską Republiką Ludową – pragmatyzm czy strategiczne partnerstwo?

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The European Union relations with China – pragmatism or strategic partnership?
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The experience of the past few years clearly shows the intensity of competition between countries or international organizations of economic objectives. It is becoming more and more difficult to maintain one’s previous position in economic ratings, which is connected with, among other things, increasing and intensifying competition or interdependence on the global markets. The EU also has to endeavour to guard its interests since its global economic position, though still very strong, is going down. China is one of the countries that eclipse the EU in international relationships. Where are the main problematic issues in bilateral relations? On what fields, then, is the cooperation going on harmoniously and smoothly? This article is an attempt to answer these questions.
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