Anton Boreyko, Vernigora Alina, Kislitsyn Sergey
The Infrastructure Competition between the United States and China in Developing Countries // Herald of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 2022. Vol. 92, Issue Suppl. 7. P. S627S635. DOI 10.1134/S1019331622130159.
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ISSN 1555-6492

DOI 10.1134/S1019331622130159

A brief comparative analysis of US and Chinese infrastructure projects is provided. The world-system approach, which sets the objective possibilities and limitations of the strategies of the United States and China as interconnected parts of the world economy and politics, was chosen as the methodological basis. The first part of this article describes the world-system approach, as well as the position of the People’s Republic of China in the modern system of international relations. The second part is devoted to the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative. The third part provides an analysis of counterinitiatives put forward by the United States.


Keywords: China | United States | Belt and Road Initiative | digital infrastructure | Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment | world-systems theory | global leadership |



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