Asia House Interview With Chris Devonshire-Ellis on China’s Silk Road Policy

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Asia HouseChris Devonshire Ellis, the prestigious London based think tank styling itself as the Center for Expertise in Asia, have published an in-depth interview with Chris Devonshire-Ellis about China’s new “One Road One Belt” policy.

The interview details Chris’s new book on the subject, titled “China’s New Economic Silk Road“, which has garnered numerous five star ratings on Amazon.  

The interview discusses how Chris conducted research on the subject, covering over sixty different countries, as well as how other countries view the proposed routes. The piece contains several notable sound bites, including the statement that “The Belt and Road will redraw the boundaries of how we think of Eurasia”.

For insights into what Chris really thinks of China’s OBOR policy, and how he researched and wrote a book covering the sixty countries that make up the scheme, the Asia House interview is a must-read and can be viewed here:


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