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Susanne Kamerling blogt over China's "One Belt, One Road" (Dutch)

11 May 2015

De traditionele Chinese filosofie van ‘De Weg’ (dào) krijgt in de Chinese hedendaagse context ineens een heel nieuwe betekenis. Het zeer omvangrijke implementatieplan van ‘One Belt, One Road’ (afgekort: OBOR) dat door Xi Jinping afgelopen maart op het Boao Forum voor Azië met veel poeha is gepresenteerd, wordt door menig commentator wel het ‘meest gedurfde internationale beleidsinitiatief in de Chinese geschiedenis’ genoemd. Het combineert ... ‘One Belt, One Road’: de riskante weg?

Last modified:11 May 2015 1.29 p.m.

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