CHIŃSKA INICJATYWA JEDNEGO PASA I JEDNEJ DROGI – WYZWANIA I PERSPEKTYWY

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Francisco Gómez Martos

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Inicjatywa „Jeden pas i jedna droga” (One Belt One Road – OBOR) Prezydenta Xi Jinpin jest istotnym instrumentem strategii mającej na celu utrzymanie kontroli wewnętrznej i stabilności politycznej oraz zdynamizować schorzałą chińską gospodarkę. Koncepcja OBOR jest ambitna, ale niejednoznaczna, zgodna z tradycyjną chińską zasadą “Ukryj nasze możliwości i daj nam czas”. W tym kontekście pojawia się pytanie czy ChRL jest gotowa na przestrzeganie prawa międzynarodowego i na bycie przewidywalnym i odpowiedzialnym partnerem politycznym i handlowym? Autor analizuje perspektywy i wyzwania chińskiej strategii i stara się dociec jakie są rzeczywiste cele tego projektu, który może przynieść potencjalne korzyści, ale także stanowić poważne zagrożenie dla jej azjatyckich sąsiadów i całej społeczności międzynarodowej.

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Gómez Martos, F. (2017). CHIŃSKA INICJATYWA JEDNEGO PASA I JEDNEJ DROGI – WYZWANIA I PERSPEKTYWY. Przegląd Strategiczny, (10), 321-334. https://doi.org/10.14746/ps.2017.1.18
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Bezpieczeństwo społeczno-ekonomiczne i bezpieczeństwo ludzkie
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Francisco Gómez Martos, Faculté Universitaire Saint-Louis, Brussels

Former Official of the European Parliament, Head of the Institutional Cooperation Unit at the European Parliament’s Directorate General for Presidency, Directorate for relations with national parliaments. Former Professor of Public Finance at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, currently a collaborator with the Institute of European Studies of the FUSL (Faculté Universitaire Saint-Louis) in Brussels and with the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Faculty of Political Sciences and Journalism. Author of several publications on EU Industrial Policy for the Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales, on EU Migration Policy for the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and a chapter on Interparliamentary Cooperation in the context of COSAC in a recent collective book edited by Lupo and Fasone on Interparliamentary Cooperation in the Composite European Constitution. He has published numerous articles on economic policy and the European Union in El País and other newspapers and magazines. Recently, he completed a Fellowship in the Institute for International Relations of Chegchi University in Taiwan and elaborated a comprehensive study on China’s “One Belt, One Road” Initiative.

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