By Rong Wang, Cuiping Zhu

This record, written by way of senior students of overseas reports and Indian Ocean stories, makes a speciality of diplomacy within the Indian Ocean quarter and covers many elements of the 21st-Century Maritime Silk street. The document covers strategic experiences, significant occasions and similar information during this quarter, in addition to the beginning and goals, frameworks and neighborhood and worldwide affects of the 21st-Century Maritime Silk highway. The members hail from 5 famous institutes in China. jointly they supply the readers a accomplished and actual photo of the 21st-Century Maritime Silk highway. This year’s Annual file is the 3rd within the sequence and the single person who focuses solely at the Indian Ocean zone in China.

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It is already a status quo that the neighboring countries are betting on both China and USA in their strategic choices. In the future, it will be very difficult for China and USA to coordinate their interest in the issues of East China Sea and South China Sea. Although US has not clearly stated that it will contain China, it is still certain that the USA’s worries of China, and even the potential strategic containment as well as the US factor will continue to bring challenge to China’s relation with the neighboring countries.

The lack of risk assessment and countermeasures has led to the incapability of the corporations when faced with environmental barriers and social responsibility barriers. Esp. when the corporations are not aware of the 41 Li (2014). 1 The Construction Capability, Challenges … 25 culture, religion, institution and policy of the country they invest in or have asymmetric information, they are quite often boycotted or even deported with the initial investment turning into “sunk cost”. 3 Security Risk The pursuit of prosperity will inevitably be followed by the dilemma in security.

India is both the largest economy in South Asia, and the largest economy and maritime great power in Indian Ocean region. The rising India has always regarded the South Asian Sub-continent as the “precinct” of India, and the Indian Ocean as India’s ocean. Besides, for years India has always been engaging in its influence on Southeast Asia through the “Look East Policy”. Therefore China and India have very strong competitive relation in Southeast Asia. At the same time, in the future, in Central Asia, India will also likely become the key competitor of China.

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