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By Rong Wang, Cuiping Zhu

ISBN-10: 3662459396

ISBN-13: 9783662459393

ISBN-10: 366245940X

ISBN-13: 9783662459409

This e-book specializes in diplomacy within the Indian Ocean zone and examines bilateral and multilateral kin within the Indo-Pacific zone. Written by way of top researchers within the fields of foreign stories and Indian Ocean reports, the document offers a strategic overview, significant occasions and comparable info during this area. it truly is divided into 3 significant components: the overall document examines new features within the family members among nice powers, the strategic panorama of South Asia and the Indian Ocean sector, and strategic pageant and multilateral family within the Indo-Pacific area. the second one half explores present bilateral relatives: India-Myanmar, Sino-Myanmar, Sino-India, US-Myanmar, and Japan-Myanmar, whereas the 3rd highlights concerns resembling Myanmar’s democratization, India and TPP. regardless of the turmoil during this sector, the file exhibits that it'll predominantly be one characterised by means of peace, improvement and cooperation within the years yet to come. even as, it is crucial new form of nice energy kin be tested to make sure peace and prosperity within the Indian Ocean sector. In final, the file places ahead a couple of feedback for making improvements to family among China and Indian Ocean countries.

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As for the external publicity, such expression is ok, but as for the policy review, such expression is logically unfeasible for the following reasons. Firstly, such thinking make people to ignore the cost-discussion link for the realization of regional cooperation, and strictly speaking, it is not in accordance with the general form of strategic and policy research. Secondly, whether equating the Chinese benefit to “win-win” of regional cooperation is in accordance with the reality of the present international system can also be discussed.

Secondly, this point is often talked that, the gradually rising importance of the seaway over the Indian Ocean, and safeguarding the security of the seaway over the Indian Ocean will undoubtedly become the key appeal of the main ocean countries. Therefore, the war of fighting for the maritime supremacy of the Indian Ocean will become the important geopolitical subject in twenty-first century. However, considering either from economic logic or from historical experience, such judgment is insufficient and cursory.

In conclusion, no matter whether to consider from the aspect of the military situation or from the aspect of the economic environment, or no matter whether to consider from the aspect of the current situation analysis or from the aspect of the future expectation, the strategic value of South Asia and Indian Ocean region still cannot be so important to determine the trend of the international system, and the change thereof only has limited impact on the global order, with low ability of radiating outwards.

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