The Political Economy of Regional Infrastructure
Chapter 6: Regional infrastructure systems: a conclusion
This chapter addresses the themes raised within the respective regional chapters and assesses them within the context of the issues identified in Chapter 1. The chapter notes that despite the maturing and extensive nature of regional integration, infrastructuring remains a largely state-based activity. There exists very little evidence of territorial strategies at the regional level. Even where integration has matured the greatest, there is very little evidence of effective territoriality. However, alongside these formal agreements there is increased evidence of regional infrastructuring by China, most notably across Eurasia.
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