Pubblicato OrizzonteCina 7/6, Novembre-Dicembre 2016

La Belt & Road Initiative: la globalizzazione secondo Pechino

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Una grande potenza si riconosce dal modo in cui concepisce lo spazio intorno a sé. La Belt & Road Initiative (Bri) è un perfetto esempio di questo principio. La Bri, il progetto di sviluppo eurasiatico lanciato dal Presidente Xi Jinping alla fine del 2013, di cui tratta questo numero di OrizzonteCina, è l’espressione più chiara del modo in cui da sempre la Repubblica popolare cinese e la sua leadership guardano al resto del mondo. Sin dalla fondazione della Cina popolare, Mao interpretò i fenomeni globali, come il socialismo e il sistema bipolare della Guerra fredda, dal punto di vista degli interessi e delle ambizioni del proprio paese: sinizzò il marxismo-leninismo, adattandone il software all’hardware cinese, e creò tra i blocchi egemoni delle superpotenze lo spazio per una terza zona – allora detta “intermedia” – dove la Cina potesse essere al contempo indipendente e protagonista.

Nel numero 6/2016 OrizzonteCina indaga le implicazioni regionali e globali della Belt & Road Initiative.

• La Belt & Road Initiative e il nuovo globalismo sinocentrico di Pechino | Enrico Fardella
• La geo-economia marittima, la Cina e la nuova centralità del Mediterraneo | Massimo Deandreis
• L’impatto della Belt & Road Initiative sull’economia italiana | Giorgio Prodi
• La dimensione people-to-people nella Belt & Road Initiative: come un pubblico strategico cinese percepisce l’Italia | Giovanni Andornino
• La Via della seta nei Balcani: contesto e prospettive | Anastas Vangeli
• Sicurezza, stabilità e interessi sulle sponde del Mar Rosso: il ruolo dei caschi blu cinesi | Andrea Ghiselli
Europa&Cina – La Via della seta marittima e il Mediterraneo| Nicola Casarini e Lorenzo Mariani
Cinesitaliani – L’importanza crescente degli studenti universitari cinesi per la società italiana | Daniele Brigadoi Cologna
Recensione – Li Kunwu e Philippe Ôtié, Una vita cinese. Il tempo del padre | Giuseppe Gabusi


Tutti i precedenti numeri di OrizzonteCina sono disponibili gratuitamente nell’area pubblicazioni del Torino World Affairs Institute.

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