Duarte, P. 2021.“The Soft Power of China and the European Union in the context of the Belt and Road Initiative and Global Strategy”. Journal of Contemporary European Studies. doi:10.1080/14782804.2021.1916740. Co-authored with Laura C. Ferreira-Pereira.D
Duarte, P. 2021. “China and the Belt and Road Initiative in Europe: The case of Portugal”. Co-authored with Laura C. Ferreira-Pereira. pp. 218-234. In Ntousas & Minas (eds). 2021. The European Union and China’s Belt and Road. Routledge .
Duarte, P.; & Leandro, F. (eds). 2020. The Belt and Road Initiative An Old Archetype of a New Development Model. Palgrave.
Duarte, P. & Leandro, F. 2020. “The Ultimate European Border: The Belt and Road Initiative Discovers Portugal”, 363-388. In The Belt and Road Initiative: An Old Archetype of a New Development Model. (edited by Duarte, P. & Leandro, F.). Singapore: Palgrave.
Duarte, P.; Ilhéu, F. & Leandro, F. (eds). 2019. The New Silk Road and the Portuguese Speaking Countries. Lisbon: International Institute of Macau.
Duarte, P. 2019. China’s Momentum: The “One Belt One Road” Triple’s Securitisation. 143-165. and Conclusion written with Li Xing (“The OBOR in the Politics of Fear and Hope”, 279-289) In Xing, Li. Mapping China’s ‘One Belt One Road’ Initiative. Palgrave.
Duarte, P. 2018. Whose Silk Road? The Chinese, US, European Union and Russian strategic projects for regional integration in Central Asia, 38-49. In Mendes, C. (2018). The New Silk Road in the Context of East Asian Relations and Wider International Implications. Routledge.
Duarte, P. 2018. Central Asia’s Role in China’s Energy Security: Challenges and Opportunities, 167-191. In Ikiz, A. (ed.). (2018). Economic Dynamics of Global Energy Geopolitics. IGI Global.
Duarte, P. 2018.China in the Hearland: The One Belt One Road challenges and opportunities for Central Asia”. In Laruelle 2018. China’s Belt and Road Initiative: and its impact in Central Asia. Washington, D.C.: The George Washington University. Remark: This publication was the subject of a special distinction and funding that the author received from NAC-NU Central Asia Studies Program (George Washington University). The author was invited to present the conclusions of his study at a workshop in Astana, Nazarbaev University, May.
Duarte, P. 2018. A China e a Ásia Central: na encruzilhada de um grande projeto. Capítulo VIII, 123-138. In Ilhéu & Janeiro, L. (2018). A China e a Revitalização das Antigas Rotas da Seda: novo vetor do comércio mundial. Lisboa: Instituto Internacional de Macau.
Duarte, P. 2017. “Changes in the World Power: The United States within the New Balance of Power”, 2-23, in Eurasian Economies in Transition, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, ed. by Gencer; Sözen & Sari.
Duarte, P.2017. Pax Sinica. Lisboa: Chiado Editora [presented on June 20, 2017 by Former Minister of Education and of Finance of Portugal, Guilherme d’Oliveira Martins].
Duarte, P.2018. La Nouvelle Route de la Soie chinoise et l’Asie centrale: vers une (re)configuration de l’intégration régionale et globale. Louvain: Presses Universitaires de Louvain.
Duarte, P.2020. De Lisboa a Pequim: Portugal na Faixa e Rota Chinesa. Lisboa: Instituto Internacional de Macau.