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2020 | nr 3 | 107--123
Tytuł artykułu

EU Common Security and Defence Policy and China: A Case Study of Coopetition

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Warianty tytułu
Wspólna Polityka Bezpieczeństwa i Obrony UE a Chiny: studium przypadku koopetycji
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Abstrakty
Poprzez UE-Chiny perspektywę strategiczną na 2019 rok, UE ponownie potwierdziła swoje podwójne spojrzenie na Chiny jako partnera do współpracy i konkurenta strategicznego. Jak dotąd rozważania dotyczące Chin w obrębie Unii Europejskiej i jej państw członkowskich koncentrowały się głównie na kwestiach gospodarczych. Ale ponieważ polityka zagraniczna Chin staje się coraz bardziej asertywna i widoczna dzięki rozmieszczeniom wojskowym w geopolitycznym sąsiedztwie UE, Unia musi stawić czoła temu wyzwaniu, udzielając odpowiednich i konkretnych odpowiedzi politycznych również w kontekście geostrategicznym. W oparciu o koncepcję "koopetycji" niniejszy artykuł zawiera analizę i kolejne zalecenia dotyczące tego, w jaki sposób UE może włączyć "czynnik Chin" do swojej wspólnej polityki bezpieczeństwa i obrony, zachowując jednocześnie równowagę współpracy i konkurencji w polityce wobec Chin. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
With the 2019 EU-China Strategic Outlook, the EU has revalidated its dual perspective on China as cooperation partner and strategic competitor at the same time. So far, considerations of China in EU and EU Member States have primarily focused on economic questions. However, as China's foreign policy becomes more assertive and visible via military deployments in the EU's geopolitical neighbourhood, the EU needs to confront this challenge by giving appropriate and concrete political responses in a geostrategic context as well. Based on the concept of "coopetition", this article provides an analysis and subsequent recommendations on how the EU can integrate the "China factor" in its Common Security and Defence Policy, while ensuring that a balance of cooperation and competition in EU's China policy is retained. (original abstract)
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  • Andrássy University Budapest (Hungary)
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