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《World Economics and Politics》 2015-05
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Indian Perceptions of “One Belt One Road” and China's Policy Choices

Lin Minwang;Institute of International Studies,China Foreign Affairs University;  
After Chinese President Xi Jinping introduced the "One Belt One Road(OBOR) " initiatives in the fall of 2013,it has received broad support from neighboring countries.Among the three big powers around China,Russia showed its great enthusiasm for OBOR and Indonesia tried to combine its "Global Maritime Axis" with OBOR,while India has been reticent in its response.This paper tries to study how OBOR has been perceived by Indians,and whether India should join OBOR.On the one hand,some Indian analysts argue that OBOR will provide India a great opportunity for "Made in India".On the other hand,some holds that OBOR will make China inroad into India's backyard,and will stir up the Indian Ocean.Thus,Indian government has not formally agreed to OBOR.Finally,the author proposes policy choices to defuse Sino-Indian strategic distrust.
【Fund】: 外交学院中央高校基本科研业务费专项资金项目“‘一带一路'建设中的印度因素”的资助
【CateGory Index】: D835.1;D820
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