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The Belt and Road Initiative: An Old Archetype of a New Development Model

The Belt and Road Initiative: An Old Archetype of a New Development Model

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Beschreibung

This book is an analysis of the developments associated with the Belt and Road Initiative (B&RI) five years after Xi Jinping announced both the Silk Road Economic Belt (SREB) and the 21st Maritime Silk Road (21MSR). Together, these two dimensions constitute the B&RI, providing the so-called Chinese 'project of the century' with regional, inter-regional and global reach. This book aims at assessing the impact of the B&RI in all these dimensions and levels of influence. This is a current and promising theme, not only in the short and medium terms, but also within a broader timescale, reflecting Chinese strategic thinking itself, since Chinese philosophy and culture are oriented towards long-term and inter-generational perspectives. Likewise, both the title of this publication and the way it has been organized result from the empirical perception that China asserts a conservative attitude towards foreign affairs, redesigned in multiple dimensions, to create a perception of domestic unity and global prestige. In this vein of thought, the B&RI is already influencing and will continue to influence, directly or indirectly, the current economic and political order.

Details

Verlag Springer Singapore
Ersterscheinung März 2020
Maße 216 mm x 153 mm x 37 mm
Gewicht 878 Gramm
Format Hardcover
ISBN-13 9789811525636
Auflage 1st ed. 2020
Seiten 600

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