This paper is determined by the ongoing
changes in the modern system of international relations.
The geopolitical landscape is becoming diverse and
multipolar. At the same time, the factors of instability and
uncertainty are increasing, the situation in the world
economy continues to be unstable, the process of economic
globalization is facing an increase in unilateral
protectionist measures, and economic sanctions are
beginning to turn into trade wars. The risks and threats
associated with armed conflicts, manifestations of
terrorism and religious extremism in various regions of
the world, illegal drug trafficking and international
organized crime are increasing.
Special attention is paid to the status and prospects
of linking the Belt and Road Initiative with the Eurasian
Economic Union and Kazakhstan's Nurly Zhol strategy, as
well as issues of bilateral and multilateral cooperation in
order to ensure regional security. Today, regarding the
new realities and emerging conditions of economic,
financial, industrial, transport and communication, the
need for scientific and educational cooperation between
Kazakhstan and China is revealed.
Keywords : China, Kazakhstan, Energy, Trade, Belt and Road Initiative, Cooperation