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German-Chinese Bureau of Economic Research (GCB) | The Silk Road Economic Belt: Considering Security Implications and EU–China Cooperation Prospects

Publisher: Stockholm International Peace Research Institute

Publication Date: 02/2017

Pages: 76

Categories: FDI in China

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“This policy report is the culmination of a year’s work of extensive research and analysis on a novel, vast and still-evolving Chinese vision. The authors have gone to great lengths to explore the issues. In addition to secondary sources in English, the authors utilized Chinese and Russian primary sources, and spoke with 156 experts, including academics, journalists, policy advisors and policymakers, at a total of 84 institutes in 12 cities in 7 countries throughout Eurasia. These conversations took place in countries along the main corridors of the Belt, starting in China and gradually moving west to the seat of the EU in Brussels. The offices of the FES in Beijing, Astana, Islamabad, Moscow and Brussels facilitated many of the meetings and organized policy workshops. Evidently, these conversations greatly contributed to this report. We hope that stakeholders in the EU, as well as Chinese and other Belt stakeholders, will find this policy report an illuminating read.”

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