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Books on Trade Corridors
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 The Belt and Road Initiative
21st Century Maritime Silk Road: Wave Energy Resource Evaluation, by Chongwei Zheng, Jianjun Xu, Chao Zhan and Qing Wang 
21st Century Maritime Silk Road: Wind Energy Resource Evaluation, by Chongwei Zheng, Hui Song, Fang Liang, Yi-peng Jin, Dong-yu Wang and Yu-chi Tian
21st-Century Maritime Silk Road Initiative. Aims and Objectives, Implementation Strategies and Policy Recommendations, edited by Jianglin Zhao
China’s Belt and Road Initiative. Strategic and Economic Impacts on Central Asia, Southeast Asia, and Central Eastern Europe, edited By Alfred Gerstl and Ute Wallenböck
China's Global Rebalancing and the New Silk Road, edited by B. R. Deepak
China’s Maritime Silk Road Initiative and South Asia. A Political Economic Analysis of its Purposes, Perils, and Promise, edited by Jean-Marc F.  Blanchard
China’s Maritime Silk Road Initiative, Africa, and the Middle East. Feats, Freezes, and Failures, edited by Jean-Marc F. Blanchard
China's Maritime Silk Road Initiative and Southeast Asia. Dilemmas, Doubts, and Determination, edited by Jean-Marc F. Blanchard
Interaction on the Maritime Silk Road: From the Persian Gulf to the East China Sea, edited by Ralph Kauz
International Flows in the Belt and Road Initiative Context. Business, People, History and Geography, edited by Hing Kai Chan, Faith Ka, Shun Chan and David O'Brien
Out of China. Responsible Port Innovation along the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, edited by W. Ravesteijn
The Belt and Road Initiative and the Law of the Sea, edited by Keyuan Zou
The Belt and Road initiative in Italy. Five case studies, by Beatrice Gallelli and Francesca Ghiretti (Open Access)
The New Silk Road: China Meets Europe in the Baltic Sea Region. A Business Perspective, edited by Jean-Paul Larçon
 
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 China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
Silk Route Revisited. Essays And Perspectives on China Pakistan Economic Corridor and Beyond, edited by Faqeer Muhammad, Saranjam Baig, Khalid Mehmood Alam and Attaullah Shah
 
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The Bothnian Corridor
The Global Research Network Belt and Road Initiative (GRN-BRI)
Transport Corridor Europe-Caucasus-Asia
 
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