China in Central and Eastern Europe: “One Belt, One Road” initiative and “16+1” format between myths and realities
Language: Bulgarian


     The countries of Central and Eastern Europe are the first to recognize the People's Republic of China in 1949 and holding out a hand in its efforts for post-war economic and social development. Over the next decades, relations between them underwent ups and downs, subject to political and ideological opposition between the Soviet and Western blocs. After the end of the Cold War, these interrelations gradually entered their own trajectory, enabling countries to reinvent themselves and begin to build their relations on a pragmatic basis. At the end of the first decade of the 21st century, with the announcement of the “One Belt, One Road” initiative, China set itself the ambitious goal of shaping the contours of a new type of globalization based on multidimensional connectivity and a key place in this process occupies Central and Eastern Europe.


Table of contents


„Един пояс, един път“





Китай в Централна и Източна Европа

В сянката на Москва

От идеология към прагматизъм

Раздалечаването след Студената война


Политическа рамка на формата „16+1“

Възникване и развитие

Китайските съображения

Надежди за партньорство

Европейските опасения

Структура на формата „16+1“

Регионално ниво

Субрегионално ниво

Секторно ниво

Механика на формата „16+1“

Политическа динамика

Фактори за сътрудничество

Инфраструктурни инвестиции

Китайски преки инвестиции


Финансови механизми



Китай в Централна и Източна Европа

Publisher Entropi 1
Language Bulgarian
Pages 176
Illustrations b/w figures
Binding paperback
ISBN 978-954-90490-9-1
Creation date 2020
Size 14 х 21 cm

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