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The Resource China's global rebalancing and the New Silk Road, B.R. Deepak, editor

China's global rebalancing and the New Silk Road, B.R. Deepak, editor

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China's global rebalancing and the New Silk Road
Title
China's global rebalancing and the New Silk Road
Statement of responsibility
B.R. Deepak, editor
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This collaborative volume discusses the One Belt One Road, or the New Silk Road, initiative of Chinese President Xi Jinping from the perspectives of the Belt and Road countries. This initiative has been viewed as a re-globalization drive by China in the backdrop of financial crisis of the West and the latter?s increasingly protectionist tendencies of late. Rather than ?rebalancing? towards a certain region, this is supposed to be China?s ?global rebalancing? aimed at inclusiveness and a win-win partnership. The initiative has raised hopes as well as suspicions about China's goals and intentions; that is, whether this is in sync with China?s foreign policy goals, such as multipolarity, no hegemonic aspirations, and common security, or if this is an antidote to the U.S. foreign policy goals in the region, and China?s ambition to realizing its long-term vision for Asian regional and global order. In this volume, a galaxy of eminent academics from India, China, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Germany and Southeast Asia have critically analysed every aspect of this mammoth project, including the six major economic corridors identified by China for policy coordination, infrastructure connectivity, unimpeded trade, monetary circulation, and people to people exchanges. The authors have interpreted China?s peripheral, regional as well as global diplomacy both over land and sea. This topical volume is of interest to scholars and students of Asian studies, China studies, Asian history, development studies, international relations and international trade.
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Cataloging source
N$T
Dewey number
337.51
Index
index present
LC call number
HF1604
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Deepak, B. R.
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  • China
  • Asia
  • Silk Road
  • China
  • International economic relations
Label
China's global rebalancing and the New Silk Road, B.R. Deepak, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
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cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Contents; Editors and Contributors; Abbreviations; 1 China's Global Rebalancing: Will It Reshape the International Political and Economic Order?; 1 Intent, Content and Aim of the BRI; 2 Regional Responses to the BRI; 3 Responses from the Strategic Community; 3.1 India's Responses; 4 India's Options; 5 Conclusion; References; Civilizational Moorings; 2 Silk Road Cultures and the Silk Road Economic Belt; 1 Introduction; 2 Silk Road Cultures; 3 Silk Road and the Cross-Cultural Interface; 4 Silk Road Cultures and the Silk Road Economic Belt; 5 Conclusion; References
  • 3 Silk Road and Civilizational Connections Between India and China: Role of the Buddhist Scholar Monks1 Sutra Translation in Ancient China; 1.1 Translation of Non-Buddhist Classics; 2 Translation Methods and Legacy of Buddhist Scholar Monks; 3 Conclusion; References; The Belt and Road; Initiative and the Corresponding Economic Corridors; 4 The â#x80;#x98;Belt and Roadâ#x80;#x99; Initiative: Fundamental Principles, Content, and Significance for Sino-Indian Relations; 1 The Belt and Road Initiative: Fundamental Principles and Contents; 2 Significance of the BRI to Sino-India Relations
  • 2.1 India's Anxieties and Some Recommendations3 Conclusion; References; 5 Belt and Road Initiative: Building a China South Asian Security Community; 1 Context and De-conceptualization of Security Community; 2 South Asian Structural Characteristics and Relevances to China ;South Asian ; Security Community; 3 Main Approach to Build a Security Community Under the Framework of Belt and Roadâ; 4 Challenges and Some Suggestions; References; 6 Bangladesh, China, India, Myanmar Economic Corridor (BCIM-EC): Security Dilemma Rider to Regional Economic Integration
  • 1 Locating BCIM in History2 Initiatives for the Revival of Routes; 3 From ;Kunming Initiative; to BCIM-EC; 3.1 The First Round 1999- 2003; 3.2 The Second Round 2004- 2010; 3.3 Third Round 2011- 2013; 3.4 Joint Study Group (JSG) Meetings; 4 Evaluating the BCIM Regional Cooperation Progress?; 4.1 Air Connectivity; 4.2 Overland and Water Routes; 4.3 Trade and Commerce; 5 Infrastructure Connectivity and Challenges; 5.1 Roadways; 5.2 Railways; 5.3 Waterways; 6 Importance of BCIM-EC; 6.1 Integrated Transportation Network; 6.2 Linking of the Markets and Better Access; 6.3 Energy Cooperation
  • 6.4 Cooperation in Tourism6.5 BCIM-EC Will Build Mutual Political Trust .6 Strategic Significance for Neighborhood Policy; 7 Challenges; 7.1 Regional Representation Missing; 7.2 Is the Security Environment One of the Major Negative Factors?; 7.3 Poor and Backward Transportation Connectivity; 7.4 Disequilibrium in Regional Economic Cooperation; 8 Conclusion; References; 7 The China ;Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC): A Game Changer for Pakistanâ's Economy; 1 The Rationale for the CPEC; 2 Unimpeded Trade; 3 Economic Turnaround; 4 Regional Connectivity; 5 Conclusion
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SPR1019678903
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1 online resource
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online
Isbn
9789811059728
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unknown
Media category
computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other control number
10.1007/978-981-10-5972-8
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not applicable
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Specific material designation
remote
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  • on1019678903
  • (OCoLC)1019678903
Label
China's global rebalancing and the New Silk Road, B.R. Deepak, editor
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Contents; Editors and Contributors; Abbreviations; 1 China's Global Rebalancing: Will It Reshape the International Political and Economic Order?; 1 Intent, Content and Aim of the BRI; 2 Regional Responses to the BRI; 3 Responses from the Strategic Community; 3.1 India's Responses; 4 India's Options; 5 Conclusion; References; Civilizational Moorings; 2 Silk Road Cultures and the Silk Road Economic Belt; 1 Introduction; 2 Silk Road Cultures; 3 Silk Road and the Cross-Cultural Interface; 4 Silk Road Cultures and the Silk Road Economic Belt; 5 Conclusion; References
  • 3 Silk Road and Civilizational Connections Between India and China: Role of the Buddhist Scholar Monks1 Sutra Translation in Ancient China; 1.1 Translation of Non-Buddhist Classics; 2 Translation Methods and Legacy of Buddhist Scholar Monks; 3 Conclusion; References; The Belt and Road; Initiative and the Corresponding Economic Corridors; 4 The â#x80;#x98;Belt and Roadâ#x80;#x99; Initiative: Fundamental Principles, Content, and Significance for Sino-Indian Relations; 1 The Belt and Road Initiative: Fundamental Principles and Contents; 2 Significance of the BRI to Sino-India Relations
  • 2.1 India's Anxieties and Some Recommendations3 Conclusion; References; 5 Belt and Road Initiative: Building a China South Asian Security Community; 1 Context and De-conceptualization of Security Community; 2 South Asian Structural Characteristics and Relevances to China ;South Asian ; Security Community; 3 Main Approach to Build a Security Community Under the Framework of Belt and Roadâ; 4 Challenges and Some Suggestions; References; 6 Bangladesh, China, India, Myanmar Economic Corridor (BCIM-EC): Security Dilemma Rider to Regional Economic Integration
  • 1 Locating BCIM in History2 Initiatives for the Revival of Routes; 3 From ;Kunming Initiative; to BCIM-EC; 3.1 The First Round 1999- 2003; 3.2 The Second Round 2004- 2010; 3.3 Third Round 2011- 2013; 3.4 Joint Study Group (JSG) Meetings; 4 Evaluating the BCIM Regional Cooperation Progress?; 4.1 Air Connectivity; 4.2 Overland and Water Routes; 4.3 Trade and Commerce; 5 Infrastructure Connectivity and Challenges; 5.1 Roadways; 5.2 Railways; 5.3 Waterways; 6 Importance of BCIM-EC; 6.1 Integrated Transportation Network; 6.2 Linking of the Markets and Better Access; 6.3 Energy Cooperation
  • 6.4 Cooperation in Tourism6.5 BCIM-EC Will Build Mutual Political Trust .6 Strategic Significance for Neighborhood Policy; 7 Challenges; 7.1 Regional Representation Missing; 7.2 Is the Security Environment One of the Major Negative Factors?; 7.3 Poor and Backward Transportation Connectivity; 7.4 Disequilibrium in Regional Economic Cooperation; 8 Conclusion; References; 7 The China ;Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC): A Game Changer for Pakistanâ's Economy; 1 The Rationale for the CPEC; 2 Unimpeded Trade; 3 Economic Turnaround; 4 Regional Connectivity; 5 Conclusion
Control code
SPR1019678903
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789811059728
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other control number
10.1007/978-981-10-5972-8
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1019678903
  • (OCoLC)1019678903

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