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This article re-examines the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative ( BRI ) from historical and philosophical points of view and, in so doing, stresses the strategic implications of the initiative and ponders the impact of the BRI on regional and international order. Ever since the idea of the

In: European Journal of East Asian Studies
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institutions ( hei s) have also been devoted to international activities of international curriculum, mobility of students and faculty, and joint teaching/research programs to enhance their quality of education ( Li, 2019 ; Zha, Wu & Hayhoe, 2019 ). Initiated in 2013, Belt and Road Initiative ( bri ), or the

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In: Beijing International Review of Education
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China’s Belt and Road Initiative ( BRI ) is the largest investment in global infrastructure of all time, easily outpacing the United States’ Marshall Plan following World War II . 1 As one of the signature projects of President Xi Jinping, the BRI officially aims to “promote the economic

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In: The Chinese Journal of Global Governance
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1 Introduction To meet its energy needs, China increasingly relies on overseas energy investment and trade. 1 The ambitious development of energy infrastructure and improved market access are a crucial aspect of China’s external energy security strategy. The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

1 Introduction The scale of international students has become an important index to measure the degree of internationalization of education in a country or university. In 2013, China put forward the Belt and Road Initiative ( bri ) to promote the common development of all countries through

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In: Beijing International Review of Education

Emilian Kavalski 13 Received September 25, 2018 Revised November 27, 2018 Accepted December 10, 2018 China’s Belt and Road Initiative in Central and Eastern Europe Emilian Kavalski* The Central and East European (CEE) part of the Eurasian landmass is often overlooked in the conversations on

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In: Asian International Studies Review
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1 Introduction * In the fall of 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping proposed a global effort which has now become widely known as the “One Belt One Road” ( obor ), later renamed the “Belt and Road Initiative” ( bri ). It refers to a combination of activities that aimed at building the land

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In: Beijing International Review of Education
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1 Introduction The “Belt and RoadInitiative (一带一路倡议) serves as the latest phase of China’s return to the Eurasian landmass. This comes as part of Beijing’s ‘push west’, which illustrates the increasing imperatives posed by the region for Chinese foreign policy in recent years. 1 The

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In: The Chinese Journal of Global Governance
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1 Introduction The Belt and Road Initiative ( BRI ) is often described as a mega construction project comprising roads, ports and bridges, and as a grand connectivity plan integrating physical territory, cyberspace and financial arena covering several countries with China at its heart. The

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In: The Chinese Journal of Global Governance
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partners in Southeast Asia. During Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Indonesia in 2013, he proposed the two countries’ cooperation in the construction of the “21st Century Maritime Silk Road”, 1 also called the Belt and Road Initiative (also known as simply the Belt and Road). As an important

In: Translocal Chinese: East Asian Perspectives