Daniel S. Markey’s <em>China’s Western Horizon: Beijing and the New Geopolitics of Eurasia</em>

Daniel S. Markey’s China’s Western Horizon: Beijing and the New Geopolitics of Eurasia

Roundtable with Elizabeth Threlkeld, Alexander Cooley, Nargis Kassenova, Jonathan Fulton, Tanvi Madan, and Daniel S. Markey
July 29, 2020

Daniel S. Markey’s new book China’s Western Horizon: Beijing and the New Geopolitics of Eurasia examines Chinese engagement in Central Asia, South Asia, and the Middle East. Elizabeth Threlkeld, Alexander Cooley, Nargis Kassenova, Jonathan Fulton, and Tanvi Madan analyze important considerations for each region, and Markey discusses a new research framework and implications for U.S. policy in his author response.

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China’s Eurasian Ambitions: Ground Realities of Great-Power Competition

Elizabeth Threlkeld

Local Rules on China’s New Eurasian Horizon

Alexander Cooley

China’s Expansion to Eurasia as a “Fate-Changer”: For Better or Worse?

Nargis Kassenova

Parallax Visions of the Belt and Road Initiative

Jonathan Fulton

China Goes West, to Mixed Reviews

Tanvi Madan

Author’s Response: China’s Western Horizon as a Framework for Assessing China’s Global Reach

Daniel S. Markey


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