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《Journal of East China Jiaotong University》 2015-03
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On "One Belt and One Road" Strategy from the Perspective of Chinese Dream

Lu Ligang;Wei Meiyu;College of Marxism, East China Jiaotong University;  
"One belt and one road " strategy expands new space for economic development, creates more favorableinternational environments, optimizes the great structure of opening to the outside world and builds up a strongerbarrier of national security, thus achieving the Chinese dream. This strategy has four major features: harmony, tran-scendence, inclusiveness and reality. In the promotion of "one belt and one road " strategy, we must exercise theexisting international organizations′ initiation, take an active role, respect and take care of the interests of the par-ticipating countries, strengthen the transportation and infrastructure interconnectivity, strengthen the coordinationand communication on policy between countries along the line, and through the humanistic bridge promote thenon-governmental exchanges along the road.
【CateGory Index】: F125
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