Routledge Handbook of Chinese and Eurasian International Relations
Deadline: Mon, 27 Feb 2023
China-Eurasia Council for Political and Strategic Research plans to prepare and publish Routledge Handbook of Chinese and Eurasian International Relations.
It will stand the continuation of efforts in research which is being done for analyzing and introducing China's relations with the states of the Eurasian continent. For instance, China-Eurasia Council for Political and Strategic Research prepared China and Eurasia: Rethinking Cooperation and Contradictions in the Era of Changing World Order book (Ed. Mher D. Sahakyan and Heinz Gärtner) book, which was published by Routledge in September 2021.
The forthcoming Handbook will mostly focus on these issues, but authors can offer their ideas as well:
Topic 1: Chinese and Eurasian (continent) international relations
Topic 2: Rethinking 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Post-Soviet Eurasian States
Topic 3: Political Relations between China and Eurasian States (Asian and European States)
Topic 4: Economic Relations between China and Eurasian States (Asian and European States)
Topic 5: Eurasia and Belt and Road Initiative 2.0
Topic 6: Possible cooperation and contradictions between EU-China and EAEU-China.
Topic 7: Great Powers competition in Eurasia: Ukraine, South Caucasus, Middle East
Topic 8: China and NATO
Topic 9: BRICS and Eurasia
Topic 10: China and ASEAN
Topic 11: Shanghai Cooperation Organization and Eurasia
Topic 12: China and Nordic States
Topic 13: China and Central and Eastern European States (16+1)
Topic 14: China and the Middle East
Topic 15: China and South Caucasus
Topic 16: China and Central Asia
Topic 17: China and Eurasian Mainland’s Security Issues (Cybersecurity, Nuclear proliferation, Environment, etc. )
Topic 18: China’s Digital Silk Road and Eurasia
Topic 19: Health Silk Road, COVID-19, China and Eurasia
Topic 20: The Eurasian Economic Union: Aims and Perspectives
Topic 21: People to people exchange between China and Eurasia
Please note that this Book project is designed as an academic one, non-academic applications will be rejected. Scholars can send their full papers (+abstract-200-300 words, short bio) for peer review in English (up to 6000-7000 words) till February 27, 2023, to Dr. Mher Sahakyan: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. Please write your text in a way, that it correspondent and cover any concrete aspect of the main title of the book Routledge Handbook of Chinese and Eurasian International Relations. All chapters must have Realism theory guided approach. Please use Harvard referencing system.
Author must declare, that submitted chapter is original, and has not been published elsewhere or will not be republished after. Please check International standards for authors: https://publicationethics.org/files/International%20standards_authors_for%20website_11_Nov_2011.pdf