Professor of Beijing Pedagogical University, Director of the Academic Committee of the Center for Russian Studies under the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China, Head of the Department of International Relations of the Historical Institute of the National University of China, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Vice President of the Beijing Association of World Politics Researchers, Beijing ,China
E. B. ZAV’YALOVA,
Head of the Department of Economic Policy and Public-Private Partnership MGIMO (U) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor
M. G. CHERTOVSKIKH,
Expert of the Center for Applied Research, Lecturer of the Department of Philosophy of MGIMO (U) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia
The purpose of the work. The article discusses the issues of China’s strategy in the new geopolitical and geoeconomic
conditions in Central Asia; the relations between China and the EAEU; the expected forms and models of the
interface of the SREB and the EAEU; the role of the SCO in the above-mentioned processes.
Materials and methods. The principles and positions based on which China participates in the Eurasian integration are analyzed, the development of the EAEU is assessed.
Results. Chinese scholars believe that the cooperation of the Eurasian Economic Union and the Economic Belt of the Silk Road has great prospects and contributes to the development of the region. China and Russia are close neighbors and pro-allied partners. In many respects, the state interests of two countries are common and are based on economic co-development and co-prosperity, overall mutual gain.
Conclusion. This paper scrutinizes the Shanghai Cooperation Organization is the main interface platform for the Silk Road Economic Belt and Eurasian Economic Union.
Silk Road Economic Belt, Eurasian Economic Union, «One Belt, One road», Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).