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TitleThe Theoretical System of Belt and Road Initiative [electronic resource] / by Haoguang Liang, Yaojun Zhang
ImprintSingapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2019
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Descript XVII, 133 p. 2 illus., 1 illus. in color. online resource


This book, combining history and reality, theory and practice, is devoted to establishing a theoretical system on the Belt and Road Initiative by analyzing 24 related major questions , such as a community with a shared future for mankind, Green Silk Road, Digital Belt and Road, the Arctic Channel, Geographic Space, financial innovation, energy cooperation, language planning and discourse power of think tanks. This book proposes relevant theoretical frameworks and suggestions to provide intellectual support for the development of the Belt and Road Initiative


Chapter1 Sharing honor and disgrace: How to travel Belt and Road over long distances and a long time -- Chapter2 A new vision for development: Leading the construction of a community with a shared future for mankind -- Chapter3 Focusing on a new era: Broad consensus for building a community with a shared future for mankind -- Chapter4 The four self-confidences: The practical path to a community with a shared future for mankind -- Chapter5 Language strategy: Planning appropriately for the Belt and Road initiative -- Chapter6 Governance deficit: The meaning of a community with a shared future for mankind in Belt and Road architecture -- Chapter7 Green development: Belt and Road is a global, rational road -- Chapter8 Digital power: Challenges and countermeasures of the construction of Digital Silk Road -- Chapter9 The right to discourse of think tanks: Track II diplomacy for Belt and Road global governance -- Chapter10 The international right to discourse: Belt and Road is not “starting from square one” -- Chapter11 Sea lanes: Strategic deployment of the Belt and Road security system -- Chapter12 Arctic shipping routes: A “new balance” strategy for the Maritime Silk Road -- Chapter13 People-to-people connectivity: The basic starting point for Belt and Road cultural exchange -- Chapter14 Inclusive development: Innovation of the Belt and Road initiative -- Chapter15 Public horizon: Anti-terrorism work under the Belt and Road initiative entails heavy responsibilities and a long road -- Chapter16 Geo-economics: The layout of Belt and Road regional trade cooperation -- Chapter17 Legal guarantees: Key points on the top-level design of Belt and Road construction -- Chapter18 Interest protection: The foundation for enhancing mutual trust in Belt and Road -- Chapter19 Tax law innovation: An important guarantee for Chinese enterprises “going global” -- Chapter20 Geographical space: The global division of labor in Belt and Road forms a new pattern -- Chapter21 Digital trade: The innovation network of Belt and Road -- Chapter22 Financial guarantees: A prerequisite for Belt and Road construction -- Chapter23 Industrial cooperation: Belt and Road shares the path of sustainable development -- Chapter24 Chinese approach: The harmonization of inclusiveness and modernization in Belt and Road

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