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Epilogue

  • Jean A. Berlie
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Part of the Politics and Development of Contemporary China book series (PDCC)

Abstract

The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), sometimes criticized, already succeeded to link many countries on all five continents. There is no infrastructure development without risks. The USA and China are two superpowers which need to have more cooperation to avoid a negative post-Cold War. Peace is essential for the future of humanity.

Keywords

Arbitration Dispute resolution BRI Globalization Opportunities Risks Silk Road 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jean A. Berlie
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  1. 1.The Education University of Hong KongTai PoHong Kong

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