Friday, February 12, 2016

How China's Economic Might Is Reshaping World Politics

The World Economic Forum published in January 2016 a series of short papers titled "Geo-economics with Chinese Characteristics: How China's Economic Might Is Reshaping World Politics."

It includes the following contributions:
--Introduction by Mark Leonard
--China's Geo-economic Power by Wu Xinbo
--China's Geo-economic Outlook: 2016-2020 by Bert Hofman
--The Geo-economic Implications of China's Changing Growth Strategy by Douglas Rediker, Elizabeth Economy, and Michael Levi
--China's Infrastructure Alliances by Parag Khanna
--China in Eurasia by Sergei Guriev
--China's Geo-economic Power and the USA by Ian Bremmer
--China's Geo-economic Role in South Asia by Hina Rabbani Khar
--China's Geo-economic Role in Latin America by Evan Ellis
--China's Geo-economic Policy in the Middle East by Mahmood Saiolghalam
--China's Geo-economic Power: Africa's Case by Linah Moholo
--China's Geo-economics in Europe by Mark Leonard, Angela Stanzel, and Agatha Kratz
--China's Role in Asia-Pacific by Kishore Mahbubani

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