SHOULD AUSTRALIA BE A PART OF XI’S “ONE BELT, ONE ROAD”?

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SHOULD AUSTRALIA BE A PART OF XI’S “ONE BELT, ONE ROAD”?

China’s “One belt, One Road” projected is aimed at revising the traditional silk route that
connected continents and enabled intercontinental trade. The projected is aimed at linking China
to Eurasia, Africa, and Oceania, as was the case with the silk trade through investment of
massive land and maritime infrastructural transportation corridors (Wade, 2017). To date,
Australia’s position on this project remains confused because there are those who are for and
those who are against joining the project. However, considering the global trade trend, Australia
should alleviate fears of neocolonialism from China and join the project because it dictates the
future of global trade and offers Australia a position of influence in the region.

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Critically discuss whether Australia should take this ‘China opportunity”

SHOULD AUSTRALIA BE A PART OF XI’S “ONE BELT, ONE ROAD”?

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SHOULD AUSTRALIA BE A PART OF XI’S “ONE BELT, ONE ROAD”?

China’s “One belt, One Road” projected is aimed at revising the traditional silk route that
connected continents and enabled intercontinental trade. The projected is aimed at linking China
to Eurasia, Africa, and Oceania, as was the case with the silk trade through investment of
massive land and maritime infrastructural transportation corridors (Wade, 2017). To date,
Australia’s position on this project remains confused because there are those who are for and
those who are against joining the project. However, considering the global trade trend, Australia
should alleviate fears of neocolonialism from China and join the project because it dictates the
future of global trade and offers Australia a position of influence in the region….

SHOULD AUSTRALIA BE A PART OF XI’S “ONE BELT, ONE ROAD”?

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