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Record #214341:

Changes in the Arctic and China's participation in Arctic governance / Pei Zhang, Jian Yang.

Title: Changes in the Arctic and China's participation in Arctic governance / Pei Zhang, Jian Yang.
Author(s): Zhang, Pei.
Yang, Jian.
Date: 2015.
Publisher: Singapore: World Scientific Publishing
In: Asian countries and the Arctic future. (2015.),
Abstract: Describes China as "near-Arctic" country, world's largest trading nation and "rising power" in international politics. Notes that climate change in Arctic is likely to have significant impact on China's climate, ecological environmant and therefore on socio-economic development. Chinese government has not yet issued official document on Arctic strategy or policy. Nevertheless, China has repeatedly affirmed contribution of Arctic Council to Arctic governance and also affirms United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and other relavant international laws as basis for cooperation between arctic and non-Arctic states.
Notes:

In: Asian countries and the Arctic future / Leiv Lunde, Jian Yang, Iselin Stensdal, eds.

Keywords: 327 -- International relations.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(510) -- People's Republic of China.
SPRI record no.: 214341

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