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Сербско-китайское всестороннее стратегическое партнерство как внешнеполитическая парадигма «Нового Шелкового пути»

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Современные международные отношения между Сербией и Китаем обусловлены многочисленными факторами политического, экономического, социального и культурного характера. Хотя эти факторы реально указывают на неравенство между двумя странами по многим позициям, это не должно быть серьезным препятствием для развития хороших и дружеских связей во многих областях. Это связано прежде всего с тем, что в историческом и международно-правовом контексте отношения между двумя странами характеризуются определенной преемственностью, что проявляется в постепенном развитии дипломатических контактов, установленных в 1955 г. между Социалистической Федеративной Республикой Югославией и Китайской Народной Республикой. Республика Сербия, будучи одним из государств-преемников Социалистической Федеративной Республики Югославии, рассматривает Китайскую Народную Республику как одного из своих важнейших партнеров и «столпов» внешней политики наряду с Европейским союзом, Россией и США. Сербия действительно хочет подчеркнуть, что Китай, как великая держава, является для нее ключевым игроком в мировой политике. Еще в июне 2016 г. главами двух государств (Томиславом Николичом и Си Цзиньпином) было подписано соглашение о создании всеобъемлющего стратегического партнерства. Углубление сербско-китайских отношений на двустороннем и многостороннем уровнях (особенно в ООН, региональных международных организациях и политических форумах, таких как механизм сотрудничества «17 + 1» между Китаем и странами Центральной, Восточной и Юго-Восточной Европы) является следствием ускоренного развития мировой экономики в контексте «Нового Шелкового пути» Китая и инициативы «Один пояс — один путь» (ОПОП), которые реально представляют собой новую парадигму международных отношений.

Об авторе

Душко Дмитриевич
Институт международной политики и экономики
Сербия и Черногория
Белград


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Дмитриевич Д. Сербско-китайское всестороннее стратегическое партнерство как внешнеполитическая парадигма «Нового Шелкового пути». ЕВРАЗИЙСКАЯ ИНТЕГРАЦИЯ: экономика, право, политика. 2019;(4):94-106.

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Dimitrijević D. Serbia-China Comprehensive Strategic Partnership — the Foreign Policy Paradigm of the “New Silk Road”. EURASIAN INTEGRATION: economics, law, politics. 2019;(4):94-106.

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