Latin America, and USA in OBOR to Africa.

One Belt One Road

A little background to the One Belt One Road initiative. It was first announced in September 2013 by President Xi Jinping and has been actively promoted by Premier Li Keqiang during visits in Asia and Europe. The development strategy is actually a combination of the Silk Road Economic Belt and the Maritime Silk Road, which together form the belt and road – although there are actually six separate “roads” pushing out of China, together with the maritime route through the Indian Ocean. The idea is to increase China’s economic growth by expanding the country’s manufacturing capacity with other countries.

China’s Belt and Road Initiative: What Role for Latin America?

Much like the Arctic, LAC was only recently included in the BRI’s growing ambit. But despite the region’s relative distance, both geographically and conceptually, from the BRI, Latin American leaders and diplomats have sought inclusion in the initiative ever since Belt and Road first came into being.

As far back as 2015, Bolivia’s ambassador to China stated that the BRI is “extremely important to Bolivia’s future development.” Shortly thereafter, Peru’s former foreign minister and ambassador to China, Gonzalo Gutiérrez Reinel, published an article in People’s Daily expressing Peru’s hope that the Belt and Road would be extended to Latin America. Around the same time, Peru’s ambassador to China, Juan Carlos Capuñay, published an article in which he described the BRI’s orientation as “promoting mutual reliance, economic complementarity, and technology transfers between China and Latin America,” as well as “connecting the both the Atlantic and the Pacific,” concluding that the BRI would be an important measure in Peru’s economic development. And in 2016, Ecuador’s ambassador to China, José Borja, went so far as to credit the BRI with having already boosted Ecuador’s trade to the Asian region.

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One Belt One Road

These countries number around 60 and are primarily Asian and European. China historically thinks long term, and this is no short-term quick win initiative. As to how much will be invested in the necessary infrastructure along the trade routes, estimates suggest anything from $4-$8 trillion over its lifetime. Some reports suggest China will invest $150 billion per year, with $900 billion in project funding either already planned or in development. But the idea is that this is “real” economic growth, based on physical assets.

How Belt and Road Is Upending the Beijing Consensus

the Americans are saying these things.

But, can the USA really be critical of China in this?

Since Joshua Cooper Ramo coined the expression Beijing Consensus (BC) in 2004, it’s been the perfect catch-all term encapsulating China’s remarkable development model, responsible for some of the fastest economic growth rates in modern history. Given Beijing’s runaway financial success over past decades, it’s no wonder that, once Xi Jinping unveiled his Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in 2013, other developing countries quickly got in line, cap in hand, hoping to obtain some much-needed nous and financial assistance.

But recent policy shifts – particularly in the energy sector – are revealing that the BC rests on shaky foundations after all. At best, these shifts portray Beijing as a callous global actor. At worst, they could deal a deathblow to Xi Jinping’s leadership—just a year after analysts estimated that Xi might remain president for life.


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There are businesses among friends everywhere like the exchange for hours of housing or the fruit or the loss of a stock market bet or the potential use of bicycles that will never be used, or yes, a mouse any day in exchange for the rent of a shelter. goat.

A network full of prejudices, that tell us in addition to age, sex and orientation, like all, the race, in case the guy puts the picture of Brad Pitt, and the mentality which, not being a Chinese of the Angels Lakers

We propose a network where the "fact of putting" such a "post" is judged, not the post itself, no one falls in love with seeing hungry blacks, so there is no way to disagree, and no hearts, no angry faces, but from a whip to a flower, go through 25%, 50% or 75% agree (no disagreement, we like that the discussion ends in a certain consensus). So, those who follow you and read with such disgust, have their whips at hand, and also, no one will put pictures of those poor negritos.

We propose a Symploké network, which will have to start, there is no other, for something very concrete, China - Africa OBOR 4.0

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3D printing technology positions students as creators. Instead of buying or consuming the creations of someone else they become inventors who can identify needs and create solutions. Have a look at a boy named William Graeme, a diabetic, who invented a world-first, sanitary device for storing used blood testing strips. Given the right tools, resources and support, what innovative inventions could your students create?

2. Bringing Art Back

Although art is already making a bit of a comeback with the advent of STEAM education, 3D printing will help catapult it to the top. With 3D printing, students become designers and creators using cutting-edge technology to visualize and create their own imaginations. Not to mention the growth students will have in their spatial reasoning 

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