“One Belt, One Road” in global governance: Paradoxes of the restructuring of the initiative

Sergey Borisovich Nikonov, Yonghua Zhao, Natalia Sergeevna Kalinina, Xi Zhu

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Abstract

Involvement in the project of foreign experts on the "One Belt, One Road" initiative of the Renmin University of China has provided an opportunity to comprehend how and for what purpose information is formed on the initiative of Chinese President Xi Jinping, as well as the role of the mass media in the formation of a positive image of the proposed initiative. The study deals with the information component of the initiative of the People's Republic of China in the framework of the vector focused on the Russian Federation. More than five years have passed since Chinese President Xi Jinping announced in Astana, Kazakhstan a new Chinese initiative called "One Belt, One Road". From the reports of various Chinese agencies, it follows that the initiative of the People's Republic of China is quite successfully implemented in all areas. The forums held in Beijing in 2018 and 2019 showed that the main emphasis was made on the image component of the "One Belt, One Road" concept, which was a demonstration of the increased role of China as an independent center of power. According to some Chinese scientists, China no longer denies its desire to become a leader in the current world order. Moreover, while until recently China has been limited to economic domination, today its influence extends into the (geo) political sphere.
Translated title of the contribution«Один пояс, один путь» в системе глобального управления: парадоксы перестройки инициативы
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)602-609
JournalAmazonia Investiga
Volume8
Issue number21
StatePublished - 2019

Keywords

  • China
  • China's foreign policy
  • information
  • mass media
  • “One Belt, One Road” initiative

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