Is OBOR by China fundamental to Human Progress? A non traditional viewpoint

Dawood MAMOON

Abstract


Abstract. This is a short note that gives a non- traditional view point of One Belt One Road (OBOR) plan by China by suggesting that it is not about Chinese efforts of supremacy on other lands but a prediction of human cognition that seem to suggest that OBAR may well be a step towards creating an intricate balance for the eco system of this planet.

Keywords. Economic integration, Political history, Applied cognition.

JEL. F15, F36, F50.

Keywords


Economic integration; Political history; Applied cognition.

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References


Frankopan, P. (2015). The Silk Roads: The New History of the Worlds. Bloomsbury.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1453/jsas.v5i1.1588

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