The New Silk Road as the Pendulum Axis of History: China’s “Journey to the West” Opens a Range of Opportunities to Europe
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Universidad de León: Instituto Confucio
历史的钟摆让西方回归东方，如同回到 马可波罗时代一样。中国通过新丝绸之路政 策向世界提出了更为包容的全球经济多极化 发展政策。尽管中国的崛起给很多国家，尤 其是周围邻国带来忧虑，但在短短五年时间 内，“一带一路”的倡议在全球合作计划和增 添新的追随者方面确实取得了长足的进步。 本文主要分析欧洲各国对该政策的担忧，以 及该政策所提供的可持续发展的模式、机 会、解决方式，以及当下存在的不平等、气 候变化和保护主义倾向等问题。新丝绸之路 是一个独特的机会，可以使欧亚大陆两个极 端更加接近，同时进一步加深欧亚大陆之间 的相互理解。 The pendulum of History leaves the West to return to the East, as in the times of Marco Polo. China has found in the resurrection of the Silk Road the instrument for a more inclusive global economic growth and that is also in line with the multipolar world that the government proposes. In just five years, The Belt and Road Initiative, as it is formally referred to, has made great strides in its revolutionary global connection plan and added new followers, despite of the swiftness of the Chinese’s ascent is scaring many countries, especially its neighbors. The purpose of this article is to analyze the misgivings of Europe and the range of opportunities that Beijing is offering to create together a model of sustainable development and address the major challenges that affect both: inequality, climate change and protectionist drift. The New Silk Road is a unique opportunity to bring closer the two extremes of Eurasia, which today, more than ever, need to understand each other.
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