Vol. VI, No.2 Vol. VII, No. 1 June 2002

The Role of France and Germany in Sino-European Relations

Edited by Werner Meissner and Jean-Pierre Cabestan

Contributors to this Issue

Brian Hook (London): Europe's Perception of its Relations with China since World War II
Claudie Gardet†(Brussels): Franco-Chinese Relations ---1949: Mao or Chiang Kai-shek?
Ricardo K.S. Mak (Hong Kong): Sino-German Relations 1919-1945
Birgit Brunstermann (Paris): Relations between China and Germany (1949-1978): From Mutual Ignorance to Diplomatic Recognition and Cooperation
Zhou Hong (Beijing): The French Role I Chinese Foreign Policy
Françoise Mengin (Paris): France's China Policy: From the Myth of a Privileged Relationship to a Normalization Syndrome
Markus Taude (Duisburg): Economic Relations between Germany and Mainland China 1979-2000
Gilles Guiheux (Hong Kong): France-China Economic Relations since 1979: Assessment, Policies, Debates
Werner Meissner (Hong Kong): Cultural Relations between China and Europe since the 1980s
Hans Werner Hess (Hong Kong): German Language Teaching in China
Agnes Belotel-Grenie and Michel Grenie (Beijing): The Evolution of French Teaching in China in the Past Twenty Years
Jean-Pierre Cabestan (Hong Kong): France's Taiwan Policy: A Case of Shopkeeper Diplomacy
Gunter Schubert (Heidelberg): German-Taiwanese Relations since 1949---A Critical Assessment
Ting Wai and Brian Bridges (Hong Kong): Thinking in Triangles: France, Germany and Hong Kong

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Editor:  Werner Meissner
Editorial Board Bernard Cassen, University of Paris VIII 
Cheng Chung-ying, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 
Murray Forsyth, University of Leicester 
Peter Opitz, University of Munich
Karl-Heinz Pohl, University of Trier 
Herbert Tsang, Hong Kong Baptist University 
Chan Kwok Bun, Hong Kong Baptist University
Ting Wai, Hong Kong Baptist University 
Herbert Yee, Hong Kong Baptist University
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