Description de l'atelier / Panel description
Jean-François Huchet  1, 2@  , Yuan Li, Markus Taube, Giuseppe Gabusi, Mario Esteban, Xavier Richet  3@  , Julien Verceuil, Giorgio Prodi, Jean-Luc Racine, Claude Zanardi, Camille Brugier  4@  , Manuel De Jesús Rocha-Pino  5@  , Roie Yellinek  6@  , Sébastien Colin  1, 7@  , Katja Banik  8@  
2 : ASIES  (ASIES EA 4512)  -  Website
2 rue de Lille - 75007 - PARIS -  France
3 : Intégration et Coopération dans l'Espace Européen (ICEE) Etudes Européennes  (ICEE)  -  Website
Université Paris III - Sorbonne nouvelle
"pôle Centre Bièvre" 1, rue Censier, 3e étage Porte B. 75231 Paris cedex 05 -  France
4 : Department of Political and Social Sciences  (EUI)  -  Website
Badia Fiesolana - Via dei Roccettini 9, I-50014 San Domenico di Fiesole (FI) - Italy -  Italie
5 : Center for Asian and African Studies at Mexico´s College (El Colegio de México)  (COLMEX)  -  Website
El Colegio de México, A.C. — Centro de Estudios de Asia y África (CEAA).Camino al Ajusco Núm. 20; Col. Pedregal de Santa Teresa; cp. 10740: Del. Tlalpan; México City — Tel. (0052 + 55) 5449 3000 ext. 3115. -  Mexique
6 : Bar-Iilan University  (BIU)  -  Website
Ramat-Gan, Israel -  Israël
7 : Centre d'Etudes Français sur la Chine contemporaine Hong Kong  (CEFC, Hong Kong)  -  Website
20/F Wanchai Central Building 89 Lockhart Road Wanchai Hong Kong -  R.A.S. chinoise de Hong Kong
8 : Université sorbonne nouvelle
Université de la Sorbonne nouvelle - Paris III

Panel presentation:

China has been promoting actively a new grand investment scheme for Central Asia, South East Asia, Eastern and South of Europe through the “One Belt, One Road” initiative. This initiative indicate a new turn in China's economic development strategy with several potential important economic and geopolitical implications at the international level. Among the different interesting questions raised by the OBOR or New Silk Road Initiative we find :

1 - The question of cooperation/competition between BRICS countries,

2 - How the newly created financial institution like the AIIB or NDB will work in terms of Governance ? Will they promote new rules when granting loans to developing countries?

3 - How China will assess political risk in such a vast array of countries potentially eligible for receiving OBOR investment?

4 - Are we witnessing a new Marshall Plan for Eurasia and what potential impact it can have on the recipients countries and the Geopolitical order?

5 - Where does EU stands in these initiatives? Will EU firms be able to take a slice of the total investment or will it be mainly a tool used by BRICS firms to enlarge their domination in these regions?

This panel will gather experts on China, India, Central Asia, South East Asia and Europe to discuss these questions.


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