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Unintended Consequences - A Heyday For The Geopolitics Of Eurasian Transport

Unintended Consequences - A Heyday For The Geopolitics Of Eurasian Transport

Update: 2022-08-13
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When Russia invaded Ukraine, it took itself off the map of Eurasian transport corridors linking China and Europe. At the same time, it breathed new life into moribund routes that would allow goods to travel across the Eurasian landmass without traversing Russia. It also opened the door to greater Russian connectivity with the Middle East and South and Southeast Asia.

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Unintended Consequences - A Heyday For The Geopolitics Of Eurasian Transport

Unintended Consequences - A Heyday For The Geopolitics Of Eurasian Transport

James M. Dorsey