GEM PhD School

Globalisation, Europe & Multilateralism

Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate

Zhun ZHONG

Zhun ZHONG

Thesis:

Ideational Divergences between European Union and China: Cases of International Interventions

 

For me, the most essential reason to study abroad is to work with specific faculty in a specific kind of program. I had been searching for a PhD program involves study on Europe and Asia (especially China), in which my research interest and experience in East Asia and Europe could be coming into play together. Fortunately, I found GEM which offers an perfect opportunity.

Academic Degrees

 

BA (Beijing Normal University)

MA (Renmin University of China)

Specific Research Title, Area and Promotor(s)

 

RESEARCH AREAS

EU-China Relations, Ethnicity and Nationalism, International ethics

 

RESEARCH TITLE:

Ideational Divergences between European Union and China: Cases of International Interventions

 

PROMOTERS:

  • Rafaele MARCHETTI (LUISS-Guido Carli)
  • Glen NEWEY (Université libre de Bruxelles)

Participation in Conferences and Seminars

2012.8      The 12th GR:EEN-GEM PhD doctoral seminar on “Squaring Multilateralism & Multipolarity: Multilateralizing the emerging Multipolar World”, Fudan University. “Multiple Principles for Multilateral Intervention”

2012.7      The 6th CCPSIS annual conferences, Tsinghua University. “The Choices of European Nation-States: The Danish and Irish Referendums on European Integration”

2012.2      The 2nd GEM annual conferences, University of Geneva. “Between Chinese Nationalism and European Cosmopolitanism? Constructed Ideational Gaps in EU-China Relations”