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我院王义桅教授承担欧盟文化教育总司让·莫内 讲座教授项目“作为现代文明的欧盟”
来源:人大国关学

项目编号:587367-EPP-1-2017-1-CN-EPPJMO-CHAIR

项目名称:EU as a Modern Civilization

最大资助金额:EUR 50000

项目起始日期:201791日至2020831

项目成员:王义桅、房乐宪、罗天虹、闫瑾、Manuel Perez-Garcia

项目简介:

 

欧盟危机不断,从债务危机到乌克兰危机再到极端主义泛滥、难民危机和英国退欧,我们需要探讨的问题是:如何评估欧盟的未来?

 

就传统的欧洲研究而言,文明的维度长期受到忽视。我们认为欧洲研究亟待升级,需要从强大的和平力量、巨大的市场和重要的现代文明三位一体的层面理解欧盟。通过探讨欧盟的文明特性,我们能够更好地探索如何在中欧间推动进一步的深化合作,促进东西方文明间的对华与交流,这也是一带一路建设的初衷之一。

 

本项目实施目的在于:促进中国人民大学欧洲研究事业的发展,并通过壮大北京和中国其他地区的欧洲研究学术网络,以深化学界对欧盟的全球行为体身份与现代文明身份的认识。本项目将立足于多学科综合的手段增强中国人民大学的欧洲研究事业,而在教学领域将围绕欧盟在全球事务中的角色进行文明研究、结构研究、功能研究和比较研究开设相关课程。

 

本项目的要点包括:

1)从欧洲文明的角度探讨欧洲一体化的起源;

2)从文明的角度比较欧洲和东亚的地区模式;

3)从现代文明的视角探讨欧盟的治理创新;

4)从现代文明的视角探讨欧盟的规范权力;

5)欧盟对人类文明的贡献。

 

本项目的主要活动包括:

1)为本科生与研究生开设新课程;

2)促使更多的博士生前往欧洲与世界其他地区从事本项目框架下的研究活动;

3)出版相关教材、研究论文和专著。

 

王义桅,中国人民大学欧盟“让·莫内讲席”教授,国际关系学院博士生导师,国际事务研究所所长,欧盟研究中心研究员、主任,国家发展与战略研究院、重阳金融研究院高级研究员,兼任中联部当代世界研究中心特约研究员,察哈尔学会一带一路研究中心主任,中国与全球化智库特邀高级研究员。先后毕业于华东理工大学环境工程系、复旦大学国际政治系,获工学学士,法学硕士、博士学位,担任天津联合化学有限公司助理工程师、复旦大学美国研究中心教授、中国驻欧盟使团外交官、同济大学特聘教授兼国际与公共事务研究院执行院长。出版专著《再造中国:领导型国家的文明担当》(上海人民出版社2017年6月版)、《一带一路:中国崛起的天下担当》(人民出版社2017年5月版)、《世界是通的——“一带一路”的逻辑》(商务印书馆2016年5月版,2016年中国好书,同时入选2016年度“大众喜爱的50种图书”)、《一带一路:机遇与挑战》(中文简体、繁体版,英文、阿拉伯文、德文、法文、韩文、日文、波兰文、土耳其文、越南文、柬埔寨文、乌尔都文、印地文版,中宣部理论局、中组部干部教育局向党员干部推荐第十一批学习书目,2015年中国好书,进农村书屋)、《海殇?——欧洲文明启示录》(中英文版)等12部,即将出版《一带一路的政治经济学》、《一带一路2.0:新型全球化宣言》。译著《大国政治的悲剧》等3部;主编“中国北约研究丛书”(10卷本)、《全球视野下的中欧关系》。在《中国社会科学》、《美国政治和社会科学学院年刊》等15个国家期刊发表论文200余篇,在《求是》、《人民日报》、《欧洲的世界》等国内外媒体发表时评1000余篇,接受新华社、中央电视台、中国国际电视台(CGTN)、BBC、CNN等国内外媒体采访5000余次,参加香格里拉对话会、慕尼黑安全会议、博鳌亚洲论坛等国际论坛800余次,系《人民日报》海外版“望海楼”、CGTN等媒体特约评论员,曾为安全部、财政部等部委及西安市等地方中心组学习讲“一带一路的机遇与挑战”。

 

 

Proposal原文:

 

The European Union has entered a stage of crisis after crisis: from debt crisis, Ukraine crisis to refugee crisis and even is facing extremism threat from domestic and abroad while suffering from Brexit. How to evaluate EU’s future?

 

As the Chinese saying goes, “if it is too complex, let's trace back to the original”. We should understand EU from civilization perspective: from the ancient to modern civilization. This is exact what Chinese new silk road initiative (One Belt One Road, OBOR) reveals. Actually, Chinese have the tradition of viewing Europe as civilization and EU as modern civilization. During the EU-China Summit in 2013 both leaders, Chinese President Xi Jinping, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, share the ideas that China and the EU are "two major forces" for safeguarding global peace, "two major markets" for promoting common development. As important birthplaces of eastern and western cultures, China and the EU are also "two major civilizations" for promoting the progress of mankind.

 

This urges our European studies to update the understanding of the EU as a global player, i.e. EU is the trinity of peaceful force, largest market and modern civilization. This is the main mentality that we design the new courses focusing on EU as a modern civilization and global player.

 

The aim and objective of the proposed Jean Monnet project is to strengthen the further development of the European Studies programme at the Renmin University of China (RUC) and to enhance the knowledge background on EU as a global player and modern civilization with the enlargement of academic network of European Studies in Beijing and China.  

 

Prof. Dr. Yiwei Wang, the applicant for the Jean Monnet Chair, has done research and teaching on the European Integration and China-European relations even when he was a graduate student. His Ph.D. dissertation is comparing European modern balance of power with Chinese ancient one. In April 2008, he was selected to work at Chinese Mission to the European Union because of his research connections between academic and policy making. This is very unusual experience for Chinese scholar. He came back from Brussels in February of 2011 and built up the China-European Academic Network, as the counterpart of ECRAN, to promote China-European academic exchange. Chinese ambassador to EU Song Zhe and EU ambassador to China Markus Ederer all sent their congratulatory letters on behalf of the both governments to celebrate the network. Centre for European Studies of Renmin University which the applicant is working as the director, became the only Key Research Institute in Chinese Universities for European Studies funded by the Ministry of Education of PRC in 2000, and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence by the European Commission in 2005. In 2005 an English MA Programme on European Studies started and nearly 200 MA students graduated from the Programme, and 20 PhD students every year registration in the Centre for European Studies at RUC. More than 20 research projects are funded by either European or Chinese resources and more than thirty books and hundreds of academic papers have been published.

 

The proposed project will strengthen and enhance the EU studies in RUC with the priory: Multi-disciplinary and comprehensive approach to European Studies. The proposed project will encourage more non-RUC students to take part in the Programme and invite more European scholars to give lectures in order to collaborate the project between Chinese and European institutions.

 

Although European Studies in China developed very rapidly in the past 20 years, many however, the world changes so rapidly and no one predict the EU is facing crisis after crisis. In such case, we should not keep the traditional single-disciplinary approach such as political science, economics, law and history and give a narrow understanding on EU, but to trace back its civilization source.

 

The proposed Jean Monnet project will pay special attention to the multi or cross-disciplinary approach. The main platform to do so is to develop new teaching programmes on Civilization Studies, Structural Analysis, Functional analysis and Comparative Studies on EU’s role in Global Affairs.

 

The proposed project considers the European integration as a civilization evolution as well as Europe and the world interaction: the EU is not just a regional integration, but also a new development model and modern civilization. Both China and the EU are taking the paths not taken by predecessors and doing what the predecessors have not done. The new teaching project will focus on EU in the world and role of the EU in Global Governance, EU–China Relation, and put Chinese dream and European dream into the framework of project.

 

The proposed project will include:

(1) Curriculum development of new courses for both undergraduate and post-graduate students;

(2) Group of PhD students doing research on EU and the World in the proposed project;

(3) Publication of new textbooks and other academic products.


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