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China and the Baltic States: strategic challenges and security dilemmas for Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia

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China’s Global Order: a New Paradigm in South to South Relations

References China and Latin America: Argentina and China Sign Trade Deals. The Latin Post, New York, USA, July 19, 2014. Available at: Fischer Hoffman, C., 2015. China commits $20 billion to Venezuela at First Latin America-China Forum in Beijing. Venezuela Analysis January 09. Available at: China-Latin America Finance Database. The Dialogue. Available at: Clinton, H., 2011. America’s Pacific Century, Foreign

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China’s Belt and Road Initiative Extension to Central and Eastern European Countries - Sixteen Nations, Five Summits, Many Challenges

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The Security Challenges of the “One Belt, One Road” Initiative and China’s Choices

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Towards a Balanced Synergy of Visions and Interests: Latvia’s Perspectives in 16+1 and Belt and Road Initiatives

Bibliography Andrijauskas, K., 2015. China’s Economic Penetration into Post-Soviet Central Asia and Eastern Europe. Lithuanian Foreign Policy Review , September: 113-131. Andžāns, M., 2013. The Northern Distribution Network and Its Implications for Latvia. In: Spruds, A. and Potjomkina, D., eds. Nothern Distribution Network: Redefining Partnerships within NATO and Beyond . Riga: Latvian Institute of International Affairs: 9-29. Andžāns, M. and Sprūds, A., eds., 2016. Afterthoughts: Riga 2016 International Forum of China and Central and

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The Challenge of Different Perceptions on the Belt and Road Initiative

1 This paper is funded by the project of China National Fund for Social Sciences: “The 16+1 cooperation model under the Belt and Road Initiative”. Bibliography Brockova, K. and Gress, M., 2016. The Possibilities of Further Promotion of Cooperation of China and Slovakia within the ‘16+1’ Format . Conference Paper. Duchâtel, M., Bräuner, O. and Hang, Z., 2014. Protecting China’s Overseas Interests: The Slow Shift away from Non-interference . Sweden: SIPRI. EY, 2015. Western Europe overtakes China and North America as #1 investment

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China-CEEC Cooperation: China’s Building of a New Type of International Relations

Bibliography People, 2016. Li Keqiang attended the 6th China - Central and Eastern European Economic and Trade Forum and delivered a keynote speech. People , [online] 6 November. Available at: . Xinhuanet, 2013. Xinhuanet , [online] March. Available at: .

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The Ominous Triangle: China-Taiwanthe United States relationship

References Art, R. J., 2008. The United States and the Rise of China: Implications for the Long Haul. In Ross, R. S. and Feng, Z. China’s Ascent: Power, Security, and the Future of International Politics. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press. Bergsten, F. C., … [et al.], 2006. China: The Balance Sheet: What the World Needs to Know About the Emerging Superpower. New York: Public Affairs. Brzezinski, Z., 1997. The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and Its Geostrategic Imperatives. New York: Basic Books

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