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  • Agustin Roth 10:30 pm on February 20, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Summary and next week plan! 

    Summary of Session 2 – 20.02.2019

    The main activities of the session were:

    • Share with the class our teamwork and how we have been organizing the research.
    • We then discussed some interesting questions with Prof. Thomas, mainly two: (More …)
    • Irina Mezurnishvili 2:57 pm on February 22, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Agus, thanks for the summary. The source that our classmate Max provided is the following:
      As for the other one, it was mentioned by Thomas and it said Hudson Institute database and Chinese Investments, but I couldn’t find. He promised to provide the link later. Maybe we should remind him.

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  • Dr. Tom O'Donnell 8:46 pm on February 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Links: Belt & Road, Jan-Feb19 | Admin pts 

    Greetings all! – Three points:

    First: I strongly recommend you click on the “Insert read more tag”  after writing two or introductory sentences of any post.  Often a little abstract of a long post is best.

    This tag  is located in the post editor bar, just under the word “visual”.  (It’s icon has two horizontal heavy lines, and a dotted line in between, like a sandwich).  Otherwise, your post will fill the entire first page of the blog and people  can’t see  at a glance what the last several posts were, only the most recent one which fills the entire blog page.

    In fact, I’m inserting one right HERE! (More …)

  • Agustin Roth 6:38 pm on February 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    The minutes of our meeting 

    On Wednesday 13th we had our first official meeting. We discussed administrative issues, our preliminary findings, how to organize the research work and how to proceed the following weeks. Here, we share the main points:

    A) After considering different options, we decided that the best name for the Blog is “China’s Belt and Road Initiative: the 21st century Silk Road”.

    B) Each one of us shared with the team the preliminary findings and understandings of what the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is and implies.

    C) We had a brainstorm of questions and relations of topics, that can be appreciated in the picture I will also post. (More …)

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