“One Belt One Road” and the Opportunities It Could Bring to the UK

Yu Xiong, Jiamin Liang
Content Type
Special Report
Pangoal Institution
In recent years, China-UK relationship remains “Golden”. As the first Europe member who joined the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), Britain is trying to strengthen China-UK cooperation among all the aspects to evolve the “Golden Era”. Since Britain officially triggered Article 50 on March 29, 2016, Britain must find replacement markets in order to overcome the possible economic and political barriers after the Completion of the entire process, which makes China an essential partner in the background. This report offers the discussions and suggestions in the China-UK cooperation under the implementation of two policies – One Belt One Road (OBOR) and Northern Powerhouse. This report also discusses the strategic background, the actual process, the uncertainties for China-UK OBOR collaboration and the potential opportunities.
International Relations, Diplomacy, Soft Power, Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)
Political Geography
China, United Kingdom, Europe, Asia