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This guest article was written by William Laraque who is the Managing Director of US-International Trade Services.
China’s is not the first regime to have considered trade routes as critical to economic growth.
The Middle East and the Pre-Brexit End of British Hegemony
France under Napoleon tried to constrain England’s valued trade with India by invading Egypt and controlling communication with the East. The battles of Aboukir Bay and Trafalgar changed the trajectory of this French attempt at hegemony in trade.
More instructive for the proponents of One Belt, One Road is the hodgepodge created by superimposing European interests on the complex ... (read more)