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ASIA & OCEANIA / New Silk Roads define brand China
Date of publication at Tlaxcala: 13/10/2018
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New Silk Roads define brand China

Pepe Escobar Пепе Эскобар

 

Belt and Road Initiative is a strategic axis embodying the organizing Chinese foreign policy concept for the next three decades

Shanghai and computer connectivity. Image: iStock

Shanghai and computer connectivity. Image: iStock

The New Silk Roads symbolize way more than high-speed rail lines crisscrossing Eurasia, or a maze of highways, pipelines and port connectivity. They represent a Chinese alliance with at least 65 participating nations, responsible for 62% of the world’s population and 31% of its GDP.

The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), as it’s formally known, is not a “road” or a collection of roads, like the Ancient Silk Road. It’s a strategic axis embodying the organizing Chinese foreign policy concept for the next three decades. And BRI goes beyond Eurasia and Africa, extending all the way to Latin America as well, as Foreign Minister Wang Yi stressed in January at the summit between China and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean states.

Tackling every field from communications strategy to infrastructure, finance, culture, education and geopolitical relations between states, BRI aims to reinforce China’s political capital.

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Courtesy of Asia Times
Source: http://www.atimes.com/article/up-to-speed-bri-as-the-epitome-of-brand-china/
Publication date of original article: 04/10/2018
URL of this page : http://www.tlaxcala-int.org/article.asp?reference=24298

 

Tags: Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)New Silk Roads China
 

 
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