Is the New Silk Road viable as we know it?
The origins of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) date back to 2013. The project started with the intention to connect 71 countries from Asia, Europe and Africa through investments, trade, and multilateral or bilateral economic and diplomatic relations. However, as the study of Inara Watson from the London South Bank University dictates, the BRI and New Silk Road, respectively, could and should change drastically in the upcoming years.
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