ISSN 2686 - 9675 (Print)
ISSN 2782 - 1935 (Online)

Эволюция китайской доктрины экономической безопасности с 1949 по XXI век

The “Road and Bealt” initiative is a `response` from China to its excessive industrial capacity in some sectors and to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) proposed by the US. (Kostecka-Tomaszewska, 2018) The economic security of the People's Republic of China is threatened by the consequences of globalization and the values that it defends focus mainly on the strength and integrity of the State through zero-sum negotiations. (Zha, 1999) Kostecka-Tomaszewska (2018) argues that economic security is the ability of an economy to grow in a stable manner and in turn create favorable conditions for the “widely understood” well-being of its citizens and, furthermore, argues that this must be done "Under the conditions of free trade and the free movement of factors." On the other hand, the former president of the Republic of Ecuador, Correa, R. (2012) affirms that free trade is an “extreme fallacy, closer to religion than to science and that it does not resist even the slightest theoretical analysis. " In this sense, he maintains that trade with countries of the same level of development is beneficial; but a free trade agreement with countries with a higher level of productivity and competitiveness leads the country towards a degradation of its productive base and, in the case of underdeveloped countries, a setback to the agro-export model.

2 — 2021
Youji Paolo Nicolás Takayama Constantini, Kazan Federal University