What Kind of International Order Does China Want? Between Reformism and Revisionism
Our latest issue deals with how China, in addition to asserting its power, aims at changing the institutional frames of the current world governance.
For more about the special issue and its table of contents, click here. Organizers French Centre for Research on Contemporary China (CEFC) Department of Government and International Studies,…
The French Centre for Research on Contemporary China (CEFC) is a public research institute, funded by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS). Its mission is to study the political, economic, social, and cultural developments in Greater China. Established in 1991, the Centre is based in Hong Kong, with an office in Taipei since 1994 and in Beijing since 2014. The CEFC publishes China Perspectives, a quarterly academic journal established in 1995 and devoted to all aspects of the study of contemporary China. Each issue presents a special feature, guest edited by an internationally recognised specialist. China Perspectives welcomes submissions of individual papers or special issues on any topic related to contemporary China.