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CCPS Vol. 4 No. 1

Contemporary Chinese Political Economy and Strategic Relations: An International Journal Vol. 4, No. 1, April 2018


Pages: 1 - 282


Full Issue

Cover & Notes for Contributors

Boards, Contents & Contributors

István Csaba Moldicz, “Guest Editor’s Introduction

Judit Sági and István Engelberth, “The Belt and Road Initiative – a Way Forward to China’s Expansion

Enrico Cau, “Geopolitical Implications of the Belt and Road Initiative: The Backbone for a New World Order?


Péter Klemensits, "Geopolitical Consequences of the 21st Century New Maritime Silk Road for the Southeast Asian Countries"

Tamás Novák, " Hungarian Economic Development Prospects – in the Light of the One Belt and One Road Initiative"

István Csaba MoldiczDiffering Interpretations of the One Belt and One Road Initiative: The Case of Hungary


Mikhail Karpov, East European “Big-Bang” Revisiting East Asia? Why Chinese “Gradual Transition” Can End Up with “Shock Therapy”"

Dean Karalekas,Emergency Management Governance: Examining Leadership Styles across Cultures

Szilárd Boros, Changing Role of China in the International Politics of the last 15 years in Reflection to the US 

Affabile Rifawan and Novi Amelia, “Two Major Powers in Captivating Regional Influence and Dynamics: Comparing Foreign Policies of China and United States in Southeast Asia


Book Review

Michael Burleigh (2017), The Best of Times, the Worst of Times: A History of Now, reviewed by István Csaba Moldicz








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