Cooperation between the Trans-Baikal Territory and China: Regional Factors in Light of Foreign Sanctions
T. E. Beydina, A. V. Novikova, O. V. Pogulich
The article considers the Trans-Baikal Territory as a specific border territory and its importance in the field of cross-border cooperation with China. The most promising areas of cooperation between China and the Trans-Baikal Territory such as: investment, trade and economic interaction, increase in citizen mobility, blurring of distinction resulting from economic and cultural contacts, massive influx of Chinese tourists are analyzed.
Regional factors are complex in character and include the border, natural resource, investment, trade and economic, political and administrative factors that affect the status of the region. Both internal and external factors need to be taken into account under conditions of restrictive measures imposed by some countries against Russia. External factors have negative impact on the regional factors, but at the same time they contribute to domestic development of the regions. External circumstances make Russia to depend upon its own resources.
regional cooperation, cooperation policy, Trans-Baikal Region, China, cross-border ties, inter-regional trade and economic relations, promising areas of cooperation, regional factors, foreign sanctions
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