Implications for Africa from China’s One Belt One Road Strategy

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Implications for Africa from China’s One Belt One Road Strategy
Implications for Africa from China’s One Belt One Road Strategy

One Belt One Road also increases Beijing’s control of critical global supply chains and its ability to redirect the flow of international trade. Central to these efforts are moves to open new sea lines of communication and expand China’s strategic port access around the world. China’s return on investment from increased port access and supply chains is not all about economics.

In five cases—Djibouti, Walvis Bay (Namibia), Gwadar (Pakistan), Hambantota (Sri Lanka), and Piraeus (Greece)—China’s port investments have been followed by regular People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy deployments and strengthened military agreements. In this way, financial investments have been turned into geostrategic returns.

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