БУДУЩЕЕ ОТНОШЕНИЙ ИРАНА И КИТАЯ: АЛЬЯНС ИЛИ ПРОСТО СОТРУДНИЧЕСТВО?


https://doi.org/10.24411/22221-3279-2018-00005

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Аннотация

Будущее политических внешних связей Ирана с другими государствами и особенно с Китаем после подписания ядерного соглашения занимает особое место во внешнеполитической  повестке администрации Рухани. Несмотря не некоторые трудности, с которыми были сопряжены связи Ирана и Китая в последние годы, они, тем не менее, оставались на  порядок интенсивнее, чем отношения Ирана со странами Запада. По этой причине переход от обычного сотрудничества к стратегическим отношениям между Ираном и Китаем  привлекает серьезное внимание в политических кругах Ирана. Сторонники такой трансформации обращают внимание на нынешнее и будущее положение Китая в  международном обществе, а также его конструктивную роль во время санкций, введенных  Западом против Ирана. Противники ссылаются на более китайские технологии (более  низкого качества, чем технологии западных конкурентов), и на противоречивость позвиции  Китая в отношении Ирана во время принятии международных санкций. В настоящей статье  дается оценка возможностей углубления связей двух стран в будущем, а также вероятных препятствий на этом пути.


Об авторах

А. Б. Долатабади
Ясуджский университет
Иран

доцент, Департамент политических наук



Р. Зареи
Ясуджский университет
Иран

доцент, Департамент английского языка



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Для цитирования: Долатабади А.Б., Зареи Р. БУДУЩЕЕ ОТНОШЕНИЙ ИРАНА И КИТАЯ: АЛЬЯНС ИЛИ ПРОСТО СОТРУДНИЧЕСТВО? Сравнительная политика. 2018;9(1):60-73. https://doi.org/10.24411/22221-3279-2018-00005

For citation: Dolatabadi A.B., Zarei R. THE FUTURE OF IRAN-CHINA RELATIONS: AN ALLIANCE OR PURE COOPERATION? Comparative Politics Russia. 2018;9(1):60-73. https://doi.org/10.24411/22221-3279-2018-00005

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