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China's Economic Diplomacy: Concept,Organization, Implementation Mechanisms and the BRI


Based on the existing research regarding China's economic diplomacy, this study creates a theoretical structure for economic diplomacy with Chinese characteristics that encompasses soft power, the two competitive concepts of justified ought and self interests, and the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

The Reciprocal and Symbiotic Effects of Industrial Relocation between China and BRI Countries


​Reciprocity and symbiosis are essential to the creation of "a community with a shared future for mankind", and industrial relocation is a key strategy for implementing the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

The Belt and Road Initiative and International Law: Viewed from the Perspective of the Supply of International Public Goods


​The international community is facing the dilemma of an insufficient supply of public goods due to the conjunction of various forces and factors including the profound impact of the economic crisis, increased trade protectionism, changes in the global governance system and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Innovation and Improvement of International Economic and Trade Rules for the Belt and Road Initiative


In November 2013, the BRI was written into the Decision on Some Major Issues Concerning Comprehensively Deepeningthe Reform adopted at the 3rd plenary session of the 18th Central Committeeof the Communist Party of China (CPC), thus becoming the centerpiece ofChina's foreign economic and diplomatic policy.

Green Belt and Road Initiative: Progress, Challenges and Pathways


In the face of climate risks, the pandemic, trade frictions and othersevere man-made or non-man-made "black swan" events, wide cracks haveopened in the global system of labor division and cooperation, plungingglobalization into further grave uncertainty.

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