One Belt

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Xi’s Initiatives: Reshaping China’s Global Image

By Shah Rukh Hashmi The 66th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China witnessed multi-dimensional initiatives on domestic, regional and global levels. These include a war against corruption primarily in mainland China, the revival of the ancient Silk route in the 21st century i.e. One Belt One Road (OBOR), the (AIIB) and a most recent overwhelming contribution … Continue reading 521 Origin Down

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Initiatives For Transforming The Global Economy: China’s “One Belt One Road”

By Dr. Chandra Muzaffar A number of important initiatives linked largely to the economy made public in the last few years may have a huge impact upon the future of humankind. ASEAN and China have played a pioneering role in some of them. The ASEAN initiated Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), negotiations for which started in … Continue reading

The Russia, China Alliance: What Does “The Dragonbear” Aim To Achieve In Global Affairs?

By Velina Tchakarova Much has been written and speculated over an emerging strategic alliance between Russia and China, which I gave the name ‘the Dragonbear’ in the geopolitics of the 21st century. Interpretations of the context of deepening bilateral relations range from very sceptic to very optimistic prognoses for the future. But what does the Dragonbear really aim to … Continue reading

Mark Mobius: The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor — Building Corridors To The Future In Pakistan

By Mark Mobius, Templeton Emerging Markets Group Pakistan is an example of a country many investors have shunned due to negative news and perceptions, but our take is that often things aren’t always as sensational as may be reported. We do know that we have found some well-run companies in which to invest. We also believe that … Continue reading

Egypt’s New Suez Canal Conjoins China’s New Silk Road

Egypt’s new Suez Canal officially opened on Thursday and is set to pave for stronger cooperation between China-Egypt and benefit regional and global trade in addition to conjoining with China’s New Silk Road initiative. China’s Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road, known as the Belt and Road initiatives — and also known as the New Silk Road which was proposed by Chinese … Continue reading

China, The EU, And The One Belt, One Road Strategy

By Dragan Pavlićević As China’s One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative gains momentum, most interpretations of Beijing’s initial OBOR-related activities have centered on the implications of OBOR for China and her immediate neighborhood. Europe, however, has a special place within the strategy. Europe features as the end point for both OBOR’s sea (Belt) and land (Road) … Continue reading

New Silk Road: China And The Economic Integration Of Europe And Asia

By Chas Freeman China’s “The Silk Road Economic Belt” and the “21st Century Maritime Silk Road,” or officially called the “one belt, one road” project aims to bring into being a new economic order on the Eurasian landmass. Everything from the Atlantic to the Pacific is to be connected through hyper-efficient infrastructure and new institutional linkages. … Continue reading

China’s New Silk Road Initiative Is Credit Positive For Emerging Markets Involved, Moody’s Says

China’s ambitious New Silk Road initiative — that aims to deepen the country’s economic integration with more than 40 countries in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe by creating an unbroken transport and infrastructure network to boost connectivity — is credit positive for the emerging market sovereigns involved, Moody’s Investors Services said on Tuesday.    Moody’s says … Continue reading

China’s New Silk Road: One Belt, One Road — More Than Just A Geopolitical Game

By Danyi Yang & Mark McNamee Ever since Chinese President Xi Jinping proposed to build a cross-regional economic plan in 2013 to strengthen trade and investment partnerships across Asian, European and African markets, China’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative has been attracting worldwide attention with its massive scale and immense potential economic impact. China’s Master … Continue reading

NATO, West Becoming Irrelevant As BRICS/SCO Expand Political, Economic Influence: F. William Engdahl

By F. William Engdahl The dual summits that took place in Russia’s Ufa beginning 9 July were anything but routine. In fact it may be seen by future historians as a signal event that marked the definitive decline of the global hegemony of European civilization including North America. This is no small event in human history. … Continue reading

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