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Bibliography Casarini, N., 2015. Is Europe to Benefit from China’s Belt and Road Initiative? Insituto di Affari Internazionali, IAI - Working Papers , 15(40): 1-11. Chi, L., 2015. China’s Silk Road Strategy. The International Economy , 29(4): 54-75. Clover, C. and Hornby, L., 2015. China’s Great Game: Road to a new empire. A modern Silk Road is Beijing’s signature foreign policy. Financial Times , [online] October. Available at: [Accessed 25 October 2015]. CNON Opinion, 2015. China National On

within China’s Belt and road initiative, in: J. Chaisse, J. Górski, (Eds), The Belt and road initiative , Brill-Nijhoff, doi: 10.1163/9789004373792_007 . Erokhin V. Tianming G. 2018 Northern sea route: an alternative transport corridor within China’s Belt and road initiative in: Chaisse J. Górski J. (Eds), The Belt and road initiative Brill-Nijhoff 10.1163/9789004373792_007 Fallon, T. (2015), The new silk road: Xi Jinping’s grand strategy for Eurasia, American Foreign Policy Interests , Vol. 37, pp. 140–147, doi: 10.1080/10803920.2015.1056682 . Fallon T. 2015 The new


The article analyses China’s 16+1 and Belt and Road initiatives from Latvia’s perspective. Although the initiatives provide engagement on a large scale, it is challenging to achieve the task of achieving a synergy between a variety of stakeholders and interests in the context of a diversity of visions and agendas. The strategic dimension of transcontinental initiatives complicates further the building of synergy. Connectivity is an important and promising principle of both initiatives and transcontinental infrastructural linkages are especially high on the agenda. Mutually beneficial progress, however, must yet be achieved. In times of uncertainty, Central and Eastern European countries, including Latvia, are engaged in a balancing process of potential economic benefits and strategic implications of the 16+1 and Belt and Road initiatives.

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