Dynamics of the Development of Turkish-Chinese Relations: the Impact of the Chinese Factor on South Caucasus


  • Karine Khojayan Yerevan State University




People’s Republic of China, Turkey, economy, pandemic, investments, Uighur issue, Xinjiang, Belt and Road Initiative, infrastructure, Iran, South Caucasus


Despite a number of unresolved and sensitive political issues, the economic relationship between Turkey and the People’s Republic of China is constantly developing. Turkey has already become a critical hub for the Chinese “Belt and Road” initiative. Chinese capital is increasing in the Turkish economy, pushing back a number of problematic issues. In the meantime, China’s role is growing in the South Caucasus region, making the countries revise and reformulate their foreign policy agenda in line with international and regional processes.

Author Biography

Karine Khojayan, Yerevan State University

PhD (Political science), Assistant Professor of the Chair of Theory and History of Political Science



How to Cite

Khojayan, Karine. 2021. “Dynamics of the Development of Turkish-Chinese Relations: The Impact of the Chinese Factor on South Caucasus”. Bulletin of Yerevan University D: International Relations and Political Sciences 12 (2 (35):38-44. https://doi.org/10.46991/BYSU:D/2021.12.2.038.



International Relations