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The Maritime Silk Road
Ep: 2 "Malaysia On The Silk Road"
Anthony Morse explores China’s Belt and Road Initiative and how The Maritime Silk Road will connect key ports across the world, cementing China as a global superpower. From the mega-ports of the Chinese coastline all the way to Greece, Morse discovers how investment is driving economic growth but splitting public opinion.

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Episodes
Ep 1
A City Divided
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Ep 2
Malaysia On The Silk Road
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Ep 3
Troubled Waters
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Ep 4
Partners and Rivals
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Ep 5
China's Second Continent
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Ep 6
The Birthplace of Democracy
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A City Divided
Anthony visits China's super ports and explores how the Maritime Silk Road will address the problems of China's slowing economy. (1 of 6)
Malaysia On The Silk Road
Anthony travels to Malaysia to investigate how the deals being made might affect Malaysia's claims in the South China Sea. (2 of 6)
Troubled Waters
The dispute in the South China Sea is front-and-center as Indonesia attempts to balance relations with China, while the Philippines challenges the economic behemoth. (3 of 6)
Partners and Rivals
Anthony heads to Sri Lanka to see how the country may play a strategic role in the Maritime Silk Road, and how South Asian superpower India may afffect the plan's future.(4 of 6)
China's Second Continent
The Maritime Silk Road moves into Africa as Anthony looks at the growing influence of China on the continent - and the growing suspicion of Chinese influence in the region. (5 of 6)
The Birthplace of Democracy
China's Maritime Silk Road is playing a critical role in the economic recovery of Greece, but there is also an increase of anti-globalization sentiments in Europe. (6 of 6)

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