This unique full-text resource supports the study of the One Belt One Road initiative like no other database available. With scholarly journals from dozens of countries including China, Turkey, Romania, the Russian Federation, the Czech Republic, Pakistan, Iran and Lithuania, it covers essential information for studying the people, culture and economies of the region.
The Number One Resource for One Belt One Road Research
Notable Full-Text Journals:
Chinese Materia Medica
Chinese Journal Applied Ecology
China Textile Leader
Acta Medica Iranica
Journal of Health Sciences of Peking University
Broad Depth of Content
In addition to providing leading journals with key content on business trends, engineering infrastructure, research collaboration and trade opportunities, One Belt One Road Reference Source includes many hard-to-find publications from the smaller countries that are an integral part of the success of the initiative.
Preparation for Participation
With current, relevant full-text journals that cover a wide range of disciplines including business, science, social sciences, engineering, telecommunication, health and the arts, the comprehensive database prepares scholars and researchers to participate in the One Belt One Road initiative and contribute to its successful completion.