One Belt, One Road and the Sino-Mongolian Relationship

Grossman, Gregor

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Abstract

Since China’s new Silk Road initiative, “One Belt, One Road” (OBOR, see boxed text), was irst announced in 2013, it has provoked a wide variety of reactions, partly because details of the new strategy were slow to emerge. While the stated goal of OBOR is to expand ties between Asia, Africa and Europe across a range of sectors, uncertainty about the precise aims and impact of the policy remain. This is true especially for the states on China’s periphery, who face a balancing act between enjoying the potential beneits of increased economic interaction with their larger neighbor and becoming too dependent.

Document type: Article
Publisher: Stiftung Asienhaus
Place of Publication: Köln
Date: 2017
Version: Secondary publication
Date Deposited: 18 October 2017
Faculties / Institutes: Miscellaneous > Individual person
DDC-classification: Political science
Controlled Subjects: China, Mongolei, Wirtschaftsbeziehungen
Uncontrolled Keywords: China, Mongolei, Wirtschaftsbeziehungen / China, Mongolia, Economic Relationships
Subject (classification): Politics
Countries/Regions: China
Mongolia
Collection: Blickwechsel
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