Belt and Road is fostering infrastructure investments, transboundary development corridors, trade deals, as well as the conservation of World Heritage Sites, museums, and historical cities. The chapter discusses various projects and multibillion-dollar deals trumpeted as Belt and Road initiatives, and explores the template of cultural sector cooperation and regional integration that has been put in place, critically interrogating the complex cultural politics Belt and Road has set in train.
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