China’s Eurasian Century? Political and Strategic Implications of the Belt and Road Initiative

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by Jia Wei Teo on August 2nd, 2017   93 views

When and Where

  • 02/08/2017
    4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

  • CSIS HEADQUARTERS
    1616 Rhode Island Avenue, NW
    Washington, DC
    20036
    United States
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China’s Eurasian Century? Political and Strategic Implications of the Belt and Road Initiative

Event Details

Please join the CSIS Simon Chair for a conversation with the author of a recent monograph from the National Bureau of Asian Research that explores the drivers and implications of China’s Belt and Road initiative, a massive connectivity effort that proposes more than $1 trillion in new infrastructure and could reshape the Eurasian supercontinent.

Please join the CSIS Simon Chair for a conversation with the author of a recent monograph from the National Bureau of Asian Research that explores the drivers and implications of China’s Belt and Road initiative, a massive connectivity effort that proposes more than $1 trillion in new infrastructure and could reshape the Eurasian supercontinent.

Featuring:
Nadege Rolland 
Senior Project Director for Political and Security Affairs
National Bureau of Asian Research
Author of China’s Eurasian Century?

moderated by 

Matthew P. Goodman
William E. Simon Chair in Political Economy
Center for Strategic and International Studies

This event is part of RECONNECTING ASIA, a CSIS project that maps new linkages—roads, railways, and other infrastructure—that are reshaping economic and geopolitical realities.
Photo credit: DAMIR SAGOLJ/AFP/Getty Images

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  • The Belt and Road Initiative should look at the fundamental of a country’s economy and to add value to it. The meaning of adding value means giving opportunities for the locals to have their say in the products that they are using right now rather than just being replaced by the Chinese Made in China less expensive materials and products.

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