OrizzonteCina publishes original, rigorous essays that foster a more cogent and widespread understanding of the political system, international relations and socioeconomic dynamics in the People’s Republic of China and the wider Chinese-speaking world. The journal welcomes contributions from established and emerging researchers, with the aim of encouraging dialogue between different disciplinary perspectives. It supports the translation into Italian of articles submitted by international scholars.

OrizzonteCina combines the interpretative tools of the social sciences with the philological understanding of sinological studies and consists of a monographic section, composed of articles and research notes dedicated to the critical study of a particularly salient issue, of a section of sociolinguistic analysis, of three features by the Editorial Team, and of a space reserved for public debate.

The Editorial Team of OrizzonteCina shares and complies with the spirit of the recommendations of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) in order to ensure the constant and rigorous implementation of international best practices as regards the ethical correctness of the publication process of the journal.

OrizzonteCina is a four-monthly scientific journal registered at the Court of Turin and is listed by the national agency for the evaluation of the university and research system (ANVUR). Promoted by the Torino World Affairs Institute (T.wai), the journal is published in Open Access format by the TOChina Centre, a research centre of the Department of Cultures, Politics and Society of the University of Turin, which holds scientific responsibility.

This site collects all the issues of OrizzonteCina published starting from vol. 11 (2020). The previous volumes (2010-2019) are archived at T.wai.

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ISSN: 2612-3479
E-ISSN: 2280-8035

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OrizzonteCina vol.12 n.2 (2021)

Beijing's Rise and Revisionism. Empirical Evidence and Theoretical Shortcomings in International Relations

Lorenzo Termine ORCID logo

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/6605

OrizzonteCina vol.12 n.2 (2021)

Chinese Narratives and Discursive Power in the Covid Era

Riccardo Nanni ORCID logo

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/6627

OrizzonteCina vol.12 n.2 (2021)

The crucial 2020s

Anna Caffarena ORCID logo

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/6696

OrizzonteCina vol.12 n.2 (2021)

The "new race for the Moon" between China and the United States: debates and perspectives.

Tonio Savina ORCID logo

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/6635

OrizzonteCina vol.12 n.2 (2021)

"Storytelling by images": Chinese foreign policy as seen in the editorial cartoons of the China Daily

Natalia Francesca Riva ORCID logo

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/6639

OrizzonteCina vol.12 n.2 (2021)

China in the mirror

Tanina Zappone ORCID logo

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/6636

OrizzonteCina vol.12 n.2 (2021)

The Chinese narrative in the debate of international development

Silvia Menegazzi ORCID logo

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/6640