China’s Belt and Road Initiative: underlyingeconomic and international relations dimensions
In reviewing the literature on the Belt and Road Initiative, attention is paid to the antecedents of China’s Silk Road revival, the domestic driving forces, and the perennial search for energy security behind the policy initiated in 2013. After detailing and interpreting the Initiative’s timeline, key aspects of the government’s policy are analysed; its financial arrangements are noted; and the initial 64 countries covered by the Belt and Road identified. The signature Land Belt and the...[Show more]
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