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Edited Books (2018)

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The New Silk Road: European Perspectives (2018)

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018

1.
The Risks of the Belt and Road Initiative in the Construction of Eurasian Economic Corridor
Liu Zuokui
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 9-19

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch1
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Uncertain Future and Limited Time
(On Long-Term Un/Sustainabillity of the “New Silk Road”)
Vladimir N. Cvetkovic
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 21-48

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch2
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The “One Belt – One Road” Project as a Geostrategic Revolution and the “16 + 1 Format” – Problems and Perspectives
Nako Stefanov
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 49-59

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch3
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“The Belt and Road” Initiative: Innovations of Both International Development Synergy and Global Governance
Zhang Youwen
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 61-77

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch4
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The Belt and Road Initiative, China’s Foreign Policy and the XIX Party Congress
Bartosz Kowalski
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 79-88

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch5
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16+1 Initiative and Other External Influences on the Stability and Security of the Western Balkans
Siniša Tatalović, Dario Malnar
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 89-108

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch6
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The Theory Behind the Practice?
The One Belt, One Road Project – Toward a Chinese International Relations Theory
Vladimir Ajzenhamer
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 109-125

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch7
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“The One Belt, One Road Initiative” Between Hard and Soft Chinese Power
(The Theoretical Considerations of Joseph Nye)
Milan Lipovac
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 127-141

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch8
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Russian-Chinese Relations Reffering to the “One Belt, One Road” Initiative
Miroslav B. Mladenović, Jelena G. Ponomareva
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 143-153

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch9
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“One Belt and Road” and “16+1” Initiative – the Baltic States in the Geopolitical and Geo-Economic Context – Russia, EU and U.S.
Magnus Ilmjärv
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 155-185

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch10
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“One Belt and Road” in the Balkans and in Serbia
(Cooperation Challenges)
Žarko Obradović
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 187-207

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch11
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The China-Central and Eastern Europe 16+1 Cooperation Mechanism
Yao Qinhua, Wang Song
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 209-225

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch12
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Some Security Aspects of the Serbian Infrastructure on the “Silver Road”
Gordana Mišev, Petar Stanojević, Zoran Jeftić
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 227-242

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch13
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“The One Belt, One Road” Initiative Related Critical Infrastructure Protection at a Crossroads in Balkans
Branislav Todorovic
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 243-257

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch14
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International Relations and Cooperation Between Poland and China Within the Context of the New Silk Road and Central and Eastern Europe
Katarzyna Anna Nawrot
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 259-283

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch15
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Montenegro in Economic and Maritime Silk Road in 21st Century and Endangering Factors of Security
Veselin Veljović, Velimir Rakočević
The New Silk Road: European Perspectives, 2018, p. 285-294

https://doi.org/10.18485/fb_nsr.2018.ch16
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