China - Russia, Central Asia & East Europe Relations: Review and Analysis (Volume 1)


By Wu Enyuan

Hardback - 172 pages

ISBN: 9781844641116

E-ISBN: 9781844641277

March 2012

Pages:172

English

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Russia is one of China’s most important neighbours, and its international role and future position in world affairs should not be underestimated. The future of Russia and its impact on the world lies in its political and economic development, particularly in the rise of the Sino-Russian strategic partnership. In recent years, the economic cooperation between most Central Asian countries has become increasingly close, particularly because of their close proximity to China. To maintain border security, Central Asia has made prominent contributions to combating the three forces of “terrorism, extremism and separatism,” which includes putting an end to drug trafficking, as well as other various cross-border issues. Although Central and Eastern Europe are geographically far from China, they have close traditional bonds with Russia and Central Asia. Therefore, in order to study the recent movements in Central Asia and Russia, Central and Eastern European countries must be included in the analysis.

Present in this book are our main research findings on the overall development of the countries in these regions.


 

Content

Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia in 2010

Relations Between China and Russia

Sino-Russian Economic and Trade Ties in 2010

Relations Between China and Central Asian Countries

Relations Between China and Central and Eastern European Countries

Triangular Relations of China-U.S.-Russia After the Financial Crisis

Research on the Modernization Partnership Between Russia and the West

Characteristics and Development Trend of Russian Real Economy Under the Financial Crisis

The Integration Process of Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States

Review of the Political, Economic and Diplomatic Conditions of New Eastern European States

Ukraine’s Political Situation: From Chaos to Stability

Characteristics and Development Trend of Central Asian Security

 

About the Authors:

Wu Enyuan, director, doctoral supervisor and researcher at the Institute of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Sun Li, vice-director and researcher at the Institute of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Jiang Yi, doctoral supervisor and researcher at the Institute of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Li Jianmin, researcher and doctoral supervisor at the Institute of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Wu Hongwei, director and researcher at the Central Asia Division of the Institute of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Zhu Xiaozhong, director and researcher at the Central and East European Division of the Institute of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Zheng Yu, director and researcher at the Russian Diplomacy Division of the Institute of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Wu Dahui, researcher at the Institute of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Zhang Congming, vice-researcher at the Institute of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Liu Fenghua, vice-researcher at the Institute of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Zhu Honggen, assistant researcher at the Ukraine Division of the Institute of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Zhang Hong, vice-researcher at the Ukraine Division of the Institute of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Su Chang, vice-researcher at the Central Asian Division of the Institute of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.