The book explores Eurasia, a topic that has been on lots of people’s minds recently. Bruno Maçães, the author of the book, argues that the best way to describe the current transformation in the world order is with the word “Eurasian”. In his book, he provides a detailed explanation of why we need to start thinking in terms of this supercontinent. He believes that while China and Russia recognized the strategic role of Eurasia quickly, Europe was a little late. However, European countries will soon realize that their political ambitions are closely linked to the Eurasian supercontinent and the other countries that make it up. Beyond the diplomatic and historical overview, readers can share in the authors six-month journey from Baku to Samarkand, from Vladivostok to Beijing, and in so doing get a fantastic insight into the areas connecting Europe and Asia and the people living there. In the writer’s view, the Eurasian era has already begun, based on the following facts: China’s major infrastructure project, the Belt and Road, with which they plan to reopen the former Silk Road, the global successes of cities based on the example of Hong Kong and Singapore, Turkey’s increasing international role and America’s changing place in the world. The book’s main message is to highlight the importance of understanding Eurasia.