China’s “march” towards the region began in the late 1970s and has accelerated each year, expanding its scope from an economic to a political and security horizon. As China’s economy diversified, it required more resources and promising markets; the massive energy basins in the eastern and southern parts of the Mediterranean region and rich developed markets in the northern one seemed a perfect destination for Beijing’s new ambitions. Today, China’s powerful economic presence is a common feature in the vast majority of the Mediterranean countries.
Against this background, how does China’s growing global role affect the current dynamics of the Mediterranean region? Scholars and experts from China and a number of Mediterranean countries gathered in Rome on October 28, 2019 for the ChinaMed Symposium 2019 to discuss this issue and present the ChinaMed Report 2019 – China’s New Role in the Wider Mediterranean Region.
“Pechino nel Mediterraneo. Dubbi e conferme dal ChinaMED Symposium”, articolo di Ferruccio Michelin su Formiche: https://formiche.net/2019/10/cina-mediterraneo/
“Asiatica – Quale ruolo per la Cina nel Mediterraneo? Lo studio del progetto ChinaMed”, programma radiofonico di Valeria Manieri e Francesco Radicioni su Radio Radicale: https://www.radioradicale.it/scheda/588986/asiatica-quale-ruolo-per-la-cina-nel-mediterraneo-lo-studio-del-progetto-chinamed
Head of Project
Enrico Fardella is Head of the ChinaMED project, jointly developed by the Center for Mediterranean Area Studies of Peking University and the TOChina Hub, an integrated academic platform of the University of Torino, T.wai and ESCP Business School. He is an Associate Professor of Cold War History at Peking University.
Collection of policy notes addressing the major issues driving international debate at the global level
Quarterly journal on the politics, foreign policy and socio-political dynamics of contemporary China
Quarterly journal on the international relations and international political economy of South-East Asia
Quarterly journal investigating the extended concept of security and the human dimension of conflict
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