China, the European Union, and the International Politics of by Jianwei Wang, Weiqing Song

By Jianwei Wang, Weiqing Song

This quantity addresses significant subject matters in modern diplomacy: Sino-European relatives and international governance. This booklet has a concentrated method of Sino-European kin, with worldwide governance as either a subject matter for research and a conceptual framework to hitch jointly the person chapters in a coherent method.

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Ultimately, such socialization can even change individuals’ identity, as a new corporate or supranational identity is created. It is important to state again that there is no automatism implied in such a dynamic—socialization is an analytical category the presence of which requires empirical research. In the EU context, socialization has been an important research agenda that has addressed the attitudes of both staff working within the EU institutions—the European civil servants—as well as of national officials working within the committee structures of European and international organizations (Trondal 2004; Warleigh 2001; Lewis 2005).

In an institutionalized setting, new roles may, over time, change such calculations as social rewards become more relevant. What is important to a proper understanding of socialization is the conditions under which this occurs, and here empirical research has made some advances despite the methodological limitations to such research. Crucial variables are the duration and the intensity of such interaction: the more time agents participate in such routinized settings, and the more intense the contact is within such a setting, the more likely it is that socialization occurs.

26. James B. Steinberg and Philip H. Gordon, “Selling Arms to China: If Europe Has to Do It, Here’s How,” International Herald Tribunee, March 18, 2005. 27. Chen Zhimin, “Oumeng de youxian zhanlue xingwei zhuti tiexing yu zhong ou zhanlue huoban guanxi” [The Nature of the EU as a Limited Strategic Actor and Sino-EU Strategic Partnership], guoji guanchaa [International Observation], No. 5, 2006, pp. 1–10. 28. Judy Dempsey, “China and Germany Patch Up Differences,” The International Herald Tribune, e January 22, 2008.

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