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The One Belt One Road Initiative

The One Belt One Road Initiative calls for heavy investments to enhance regional connectivity and has impact on several industries. How does this affect Education, Maritime, Economic, Trade and various other sectors?

This collection features some of the latest published research on the One Belt One Road Initiative, including a bonus special issue feature from Maritime Policy & Management on the challenges, opportunities and impacts of the Belt and Road Initiative.

We hope you will find papers in this collection insightful. Feel free to share this with your peers who might be interested. All articles are only free to access via this page until 30th June 2019.

Article TitleAuthorJournal
The Belt and Road Initiative in quest for a dispute resolution mechanismGuiguo WangAsia Pacific Law Review
China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative and its implications for Sino-African investment relationsHuiping ChenTransnational Corporations Review
“One Belt, One Road”: China's New Global StrategyRumi AoyamaJournal of Contemporary East Asia Studies
China's Foreign Policy Decision-Making Mechanism and “One Belt One Road” StrategyLi XueJournal of Contemporary East Asia Studies
Taiwan's Perspective on China's “One Belt, One Road” StrategyChienwu (Alex) HsuehJournal of Contemporary East Asia Studies
Crouching Bear, Hidden Dragon: “One Belt One Road” and Chinese-Russian Jostling for Power in Central AsiaAlexander GabuevJournal of Contemporary East Asia Studies
China’s offensive in Southeast Asia: regional architecture and the process of SinicizationAkira SuehiroJournal of Contemporary East Asia Studies
China's Maritime Silk Road Initiative and Local GovernmentSumie YoshikawaJournal of Contemporary East Asia Studies
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: Multilateralism on the Silk RoadMike Callaghan & Paul HubbardChina Economic Journal
Multi-frequency satellite radar imaging of cultural heritage: the case studies of the Yumen Frontier Pass and Niya ruins in the Western Regions of the Silk Road CorridorFulong Chen, Nicola Masini, Jie Liu, Jiangbin You & Rosa Lasaponara
International Journal of Digital Earth
From world factory to world investor: the new way of China integrating into the worldBijun Wang & Xiang LiChina Economic Journal
The New Silk Road as an Emerging Model of Regional and International Economic Cooperation—A Brief Review of the International Symposium on “The New Silk Road and China-Africa Economic RelationsGong Jian & Ding XiaoqinInternational Critical Thought
The Silk Road agenda of the Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX) programHanna K. Lappalainen, Markku Kulmala, Joni Kujansuu, Tuukka Petäjä, Alexander Mahura, Gerrit de Leeuw, Sergej Zilitinkevich, Merli Juustila, Veli-Matti Kerminen, Bob Bornstein, Zhang Jiahua, Xue Yong, Qiu Yubao, Liang Dong, Liu Jie & Guo HuadongBig Earth Data
More African countries on the route: the positive and negative impacts of the Belt and Road InitiativeMichael Mitchell Omoruyi EhizuelenTransnational Corporations Review
One Belt, One Road – China’s new grand strategyChristian PlobergerJournal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies
Regional Responses to China’s Maritime Silk Road Initiative in Southeast AsiaShaofeng ChenJournal of Contemporary China
The effect of the New Silk Road railways on aggregate trade volumes between China and EuropeYuan Li, Kierstin Bolton & Theo WestphalJournal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies
China’s Silk Road Economic Belt Initiative: Network and Influence Formation in Central AsiaJeffrey ReevesJournal of Contemporary China
Gains and Losses: Historical Lessons of China’s Middle East Policy for Its OBOR InitiativeYitzhak ShichorAsian Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies
The Belt and Road Initiative and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: seeking linkages for global environmental governanceLiang Dong, Xiaohua Yang & Hongtao LiChinese Journal of Population Resources and Environment
China’s 16+1 and Belt and Road Initiative in Central and Eastern Europe: economic and political influence at a cheap priceAstrid PepermansJournal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe

More articles from Maritime Policy & Management

Article TitleAuthor
Special Issue on ‘Challenges and chances of the Belt and Road Initiative at the maritime policy and management level’Paul Tae-Woo Lee, Sung-Woo Lee & Xuehao Feng
Impacts of trade liberalization on Chinese economy with Belt and Road initiativeLingge Zhang, Meifeng Luo, Dong Yang & Kevin Li
Development of an IoT-based container tracking system for China’s Belt and Road (B&R) initiativeHyung Rim Choi, Young Sik Moon, Jae Joong Kim, Jae Kee Lee, Kang Bae Lee & Joong Jo Shin
Evaluating economic and environmental value of liner vessel sharing along the maritime silk roadXuan Qiu, Eugene Y.C Wong & Jasmine Siu Lee Lam
Global logistics city concept: a cluster-led strategy under the belt and road initiativePrem Chhetri, Mathews Nkhoma, Konrad Peszynski, Anjali Chhetri & Paul Tae-Woo Lee
Research trends and agenda on the Belt and Road (B&R) initiative with a focus on maritime transportPaul Tae-Woo Lee, Zhi-Hua Hu, Sang-Jeong Lee, Kyoung-Suk Choi & Sung-Ho Shin
Effects of the ‘Belt and Road’ initiative on the wine import logistics of ChinaYui-yip Lau, Ka-chai Tam, Adolf K. Y. Ng, Xiaowen Fu, Zhang Jing & Jiejian Feng
Foldable container in empty container repositioning in intermodal transportation network of Belt and Road Initiative: strengths and limitationsShuzhu Zhang, Xiao Ruan, Yuezhang Xia & Xuehao Feng
The role of dry port in hub-and-spoke network under Belt and Road InitiativeHairui Wei, Zhaohan Sheng & Paul Tae-Woo Lee