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China’s Maritime Silk Road Initiative and South Asia


China’s Maritime Silk Road Initiative and South Asia

A Political Economic Analysis of its Purposes, Perils, and Promise
Palgrave Studies in Asia-Pacific Political Economy

von: Jean-Marc F. Blanchard

117,69 €

Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 01.12.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9789811052392
Sprache: englisch

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This book brings together a diverse range of responses to China's Marine Silk Road Initiative, which proposes to redraw the map of Asia, particularly South Asia. China’s 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Initiative (MSRI) is a massive scheme to connect wide swaths of East, Southeast, South, and West Asia through a dense web of interconnected hard and soft infrastructure involving ports, roads, logistics facilities, special industrial zones, and free trade and investment agreements. This book will be invaluable for students of Chinese foreign security and foreign economic policy, those interested in South Asia including Indian foreign security and economic policy as well as Indian relations with China, those attentive to international economic developments in East and South Asia, and those interested in the political and economic situation in specific MSRI participant countries such as Pakistan, Maldives, and Sri Lanka as well as their political and economic relations with China.  
Chap. 1: Jean-Marc F. Blanchard, “China’s 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Initiative and South Asia: Political and Economic Contours, Challenges, and Conundrums.”Chap. 2: John Garver, “China’s Rise and the Eurasian Transportation Revolution.”Chap. 3: David Brewster, “The MSRI and the Evolving Naval Balance in the Indian Ocean.”Chap. 4: Xinmin Sui, “China’s Strategy towards South Asia in the Context of the Maritime Silk Road Initiative.”Chap. 5: Jacob Jabin, “The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and the China-India-Pakistan Triangle.”Chap. 6: David J. Karl, “Sri Lanka, the Maritime Silk Road, and Sino-Indian Relations.”Chap. 7: Srikanth Kondapalli, “The Maritime Silk Road and China-Maldives Relations.”Chap. 8: Amitendu Palit, “The MSRI, China, and India: Economic Perspectives and Political Impressions.”
Jean-Marc F. Blanchard, is Distinguished Professor, School of Advanced International and Area Studies, East China Normal University, China. He is Executive Director of the Mr. & Mrs. S.H. Wong Center for the Study of Multinational Corporations, USA.  He has authored, co-authored, or co-edited more than half a dozen books/special academic journal issues and nearly 50 book chapters and journal articles on topics relating to China and the World Trade Organization (WTO), Chinese foreign economic policy, foreign investment in China, Chinese outward investment, and China’s sovereign wealth fund.  
This book brings together a diverse range of responses to China's Marine Silk Road Initiative, which proposes to redraw the map of Asia, particularly South Asia. China’s 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Initiative (MSRI) is a massive scheme to connect wide swaths of East, Southeast, South, and West Asia through a dense web of interconnected hard and soft infrastructure involving ports, roads, logistics facilities, special industrial zones, and free trade and investment agreements. This book consists of eight chapters specially commissioned for this project and selected from a number of papers presented at “The Political Economy of China’s Maritime Silk Road Initiative and South Asia” conference that was held in Shanghai in November 2015.  This book will be invaluable for students of Chinese foreign security and foreign economic policy, those interested in South Asia including Indian foreign security and economic policy as well as Indian relations with China, those attentive to international economic developments in East and South Asia, and those interested in the political and economic situation in specific MSRI participant countries such as Pakistan, Maldives, and Sri Lanka as well as their political and economic relations with China. 
Informs us about and analyze the geopolitical and military-security changes underway in the Indian Ocean and surrounding regions as a result of China’s MSRIDetails and evaluates China’s political and economic linkages with key MSRI participants such as Pakistan and Sri LankaProbes the MSRI’s potential economic implications in South Asia and specifically in regards to India
Informs us about and analyze the geopolitical and military-security changes underway in the Indian Ocean and surrounding regions as a result of China’s MSRIDetails and evaluates China’s political and economic linkages with key MSRI participants such as Pakistan and Sri LankaProbes the MSRI’s potential economic implications in South Asia and specifically in regards to India

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