There have been many important outcomes from the two-day Belt and Road Forum in Beijing but one of the most significant is a deeper awareness of the massive trade and infrastructure concept in the broader global environment.
China is again in the headlines of international media. The organization of the 'Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation' in Beijing is bringing together world leaders, organizations, ministers diplomats and academics to discuss future cooperation steps.
Now all eyes are on this week's mega meet, "The Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation" to be held at the China National Convention Center and the Yanqi Lake International Convention Center in Beijing from May 14-15.
Is there any chink in the armor of One Belt and One Road (OBOR) that may send it packing sooner or later? How long economic integration initiative will remain sustainable fixing the complex issues of security, regional conflicts and crippling financial strengths of poor recipient developing countries?
The Belt & Road Forum in Beijing China, which is scheduled to take place on May 14 and 15, 2017, would symbolize the initial formation of a global dialogic platform on the part of the Chinese Government together with the stakeholders and interested parties to deepen cooperation on the Belt & Road Initiative.
China is stepping up its status as a globalization activist with its biggest diplomatic event of year, the One Belt, One Road Summit in Beijing on May 14 and 15. The OBOR concept has been developing over the past three years and this first phase of its iteration is, in a sense, being signaled by the summit.
May 14 -15, this year marks the date for the Belt and Road Summit which is set to be hosted in Beijing. This year's summit is undoubtedly going to be the largest economic and trade event hosted in China for the year 2017.
Energy is one of the priorities of the B&R Initiative.
As one of the most important bilateral relations in the world, Sino-Indian relation is often described as "the Dragon and the Elephant" by the media; especially after "the Belt and Road" is proposed, Sino-Indian relation seems mystified.
Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos said here Thursday that the upcoming high-level forum on the Belt and Road (B&R) Initiative is of global significance.
Combined with the OBOR initiative, off grid technologies can work in tandem and synchronicity with the project and usher in a new and better way of living to the regions that have yet to make that leap into the modern age.
Just as the title of his article to the Australian media "We want to work with you for progress and peace", the visit of Premier Li Keqiang is answering the question "what China and Australia can do together to cope with questions of growing uncertainties and disorientation" and "to turn challenges of our time into historic opportunities, contributing the impetus needed for China-Australia relations and the world to move forward".
The now-concluded G20 Leaders Summit in Hangzhou has concentrated at four core concepts: Innovation, Invigoration