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    Title: 中國一帶一路戰略與16+1合作研究 : 以高堡四國為例
    Other Titles: A study on China's OBOR strategy and 16+1 Cooperation : taking the Visegrad Group as example
    Authors: 葉書豪;Yeh, Shu-Hao
    Contributors: 淡江大學歐洲研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 一帶一路;16+1 合作;中國;歐盟;中東歐國家;區域合作;OBOR;16+1;China;EU;Regional Cooperation;Central and Eastern Europe
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2018-08-03 14:36:08 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 中國在 2013 年提出一帶一路戰略的概念,而 16+1 合作則是在

    2011 年起逐漸成形,中國以這兩個看似有共通點又有差異的戰略,



    立場?本論文將經由看一帶一路戰略的全貌,進一步發掘 16+1 合作

    China introduced the concept of OBOR in 2013, since then it’s been a global issue. 16+1 Cooperation is formed in 2011, the CEEs are all both parts of OBOR and 16+1, and China has seized this opportunity to strengthen and deepen its relations with the Central and Eastern European countries. What does China want to achieve through these strategies? The Visegrad Group located in a important strategic position, how would they response to China? Thus, this study would like to analysis the OBOR and the 16+1, then the relations between China and the Visegrad Group. Hopefully, would be able to come out with a result which could help figure the later development of these strategies.
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