Over 60 nations are now within China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ mission

Over 60 nations across the globe are set to benefit from infrastructure investment originating from China through its historic ‘One-Belt, One Road’ mission. For President Xi Jinping, the global investment spree amounts to the shining centerpiece of his administration’s foreign policy, one that endeavors to recreate the glory days of 17th Century China by installing economic interdependency through redeemable diplomatic currency that Beijing can cash in to coax its agenda.

One of the nations on the list is Israel. As the analysis sets up below, even though a small and high-risk investment destination for China, Israel’s knowledge economy and strategic location in the Middle East may be too scintillating to to look over.