What is G7 “Build Back Better World” (B3W), and can it compete with China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)?
UK prime minister, Boris Johnson stated that he was very interested in the “Belt and Road Initiative”; but how would a no deal Brexit impact this project?
In February 2019, the British Chamber of Commerce in China, published a report on education in the BRI, and on opportunities for British education.
The New Silk Road Project is now completed. This summer, Charles Stevens and his fellows drove up to China on the new Silk Roads to better understand the Belt and Road Initiative.
European companies show strong willingness to participate in the BRI; it is now up to European governments to support this trend and promote trade between Europe and Asia.
The new Silk Roads are receiving more and more attention from European media. This project raises fears of Chinese hegemony, but everyone agrees that the BRI is also creating opportunities and development. Two British students have decided to make up their minds for themselves and take the road to explore this new line of communication between Europe and Asia.
On September 13, 2017, the University of Oxford inaugurated the first research programme dedicated to the Belt and Road initiative in Europe. This program led by Prof. Denis Galligan, Faculty of Law, will focus on the laws and trade agreements
Chinese President Xi Jinping invited Theresa May, British Prime Minister, to the One Belt One Road initiative summit to be held in Beijing in early May. Some twenty heads of state, including the presidents of Russia, Philippines and the prime