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With the dissolution of the frontiers of the cold war and the erosion of economic solidarity among USA-led countries, in a world dominated by geo-economic rivalries and not by geopolitics, the creation of a global economic market requires the control of trade routes, the access to natural resources, and the creation of strategic industrial clusters, in order to attract investments. For some analysts, Asia has so far been a passive user of global governance and the rise of the Chinese economy would be rebalancing its narrative. The thesis aims to synthetically explore, with a multi-scale approach through the New Silk Road, between Political Geography and the discipline of International Relations, the use of the power of digital devices, and the analysis of social transformations in urban contexts, how global governance is evolving.

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