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  • One Belt One Road. China’s Long March Toward 2049
  • Publisher:  International Relations Publisher
  • Year of issue:  2021
  • Series:  
  • ISBN:  978-5-7133-1695-2
  • Cover type:  твердый переплет 145 х 215 мм
  • Number of pages:  264 с.: ил.
  • Product Code:  0996
  • Availability:  In Stock
УДК [327.2:339.56](510) ББК 66.4(5Кит),9(0),4+65.59(5Кит)

One Belt One Road. China’s Long March Toward 2049

The authors of this book have tried to evaluate the Chinese One Belt One Road Initiative aimed at creating the New Economic Silk Road. The foundations of their evaluation consist of the opinions of different political actors, commentators and journalists on the creation of a large-scale, multilevel regional roadmap with effective transport routes, their nodal points and trade investment structure. The book examines various geographical and functional parameters of the Initiative, encompassing almost all options for the New Silk Road: land, sea, space, air and others.

The publication will be useful to experts on China and Asia, international relations and economics. It is also aimed at a wide circle of readers interested in the development of our eastern neighbour.

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400 руб.
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  • 550 руб.

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