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Autor
Krukowska Monika (Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie)
Tytuł
China's 'One Belt, One Road' Strategy and Its Implications for the Global World Order
Chińska strategia "jeden pas, jedna droga" i jej implikacje dla globalnego ładu światowego
Źródło
International Business and Global Economy, 2016, nr 35/1, s. 157-168, bibliogr. 27 poz.
Biznes Międzynarodowy w Gospodarce Globalnej
Słowa kluczowe
Międzynarodowa współpraca gospodarcza, Współpraca gospodarcza, Jedwabny Szlak, Nowy Jedwabny Szlak
International economic cooperation, Economic cooperation, Silk Road, New Silk Road
Uwagi
summ., streszcz.
Kraj/Region
Chiny, Azja
China, Asia
Abstrakt
W artykule przedstawiono analizę Nowego Jedwabnego Szlaku (OBOR) - chińskiej strategii współpracy - i jego możliwych konsekwencji dla ładu światowego. Autor zastanawia się, czy współpraca w ramach OBOR może być korzystna w aspekcie gospodarczym dla wszystkich zaangażowanych stron, czy też w sensie geopolitycznym da Chinom prymat na wschodniej półkuli. Artykuł oparty został na analizie dostępnych informacji prasowych w języku angielskim, w związku z brakiem opracowań naukowych ze względu na wstępną fazę projektu. Pierwsza część opracowania zawiera genezę strategii i dotychczasowe rezultaty współpracy. W kolejnej przedstawione są spodziewane korzyści dla Chin i krajów partnerskich wraz z prawdopodobnymi konsekwencjami dla ładu światowego. Opracowanie zamykają wnioski końcowe i bibliografia.

The paper is an analysis of China's New Silk Road ('one belt, one road', OBOR) cooperation strategy and its implications for the global world order. It discusses whether the OBOR project may be a win-win concept for all the parties engaged in the economic aspect, yet unequally beneficial in geopolitical sense, giving China primacy in the Eastern hemisphere. In the absence of scientific studies due to the initial phase of the project, the article analyses the available press releases in English. The first part provides the genesis of the OBOR project and China's insofar achievements. Then, the expected benefits for both China and its partner countries are enumerated altogether with their consequences for the world order. The final part contains conclusion remarks and references.(original abstract)
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ISSN
2300-6102
Język
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.4467/23539496IB.16.012.5593
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