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the various components of BRI depending on its economic and security needs, which explains why on the one hand India has become increasingly receptive of the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor ( BCIM EC ) whereas on the other continues to publicly oppose the China-Pakistan Economic

In: The Chinese Journal of Global Governance

, little has been accomplished outside of cultural exchanges and human resource development. No meeting of the group has occurred since 2012, and to that point, no infrastructure projects had been advanced. 4 The Bangladesh–China–India–Myanmar Economic Corridor ( BCIM-EC ) has been under discussion since

In: European Journal of East Asian Studies

of “China-Pakistan Economic Corridor” and “Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor.” All these efforts can be viewed as important signs and developments in the direction of “strategic economy

In: Reconstructing China’s Participation in the Global Order

Sea and the Arabian Peninsula, (4) the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor ( CPEC ), connecting Kashgar, Khunjerab Pass, Islamabad and Gwadar, (5) the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor( BCIMEC ), and (6) the China-Indochina Peninsula Economic Corridor ( CICPEC ) that connects Kunming

In: The Belt and Road Initiative

, the ongoing China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor are pronounced to be closely related to the Belt and Road Initiative. 16 Other institutions include Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation ( apec ), Asia-Europe Meeting ( asem ), Asia Cooperation

In: The Chinese Journal of Global Governance

. The attempt to exploit regional Northeastern resources by New Delhi for the needs of people living in India proper, and the involvement of external powers like China, Bangladesh and Myanmar in these conflicts have further problematised the already complicated situation. It is not possible to focus on

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights

the cost of the pipeline as an incentive. The Russian government’s disposal of Yukos assets has been challenged in a U.S. court, and the Putin administration may want to draw in China, and possibly India, as cards to use against American governments. India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal, and Bhutan

In: African and Asian Studies

Ocean. The Maritime Road is from China’s coastal ports through the South China Sea to both the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean, and further, to Africa and Europe. 30 Also included are the China–Pakistan and Bangladesh–China–India–Myanmar economic corridors. On one hand, in order to build a land

In: European Journal of East Asian Studies

South China Sea to the Indian Ocean, reaching Africa and Europe as well as the other link expanding from China’s coastal ports through the South China Sea to the Pacific Ocean. Additionally, the China-Pakistan and Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar economic corridors are believed to be incorporated into the

In: The Belt and Road Initiative

land road involves up to 60 countries, and builds 6 economic corridors: New Eurasia Land Bridge, China-Mongolia-Russia, China-Central Asia-West Asia, China-Indochina Peninsula, China-Pakistan, Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar. 86 This expansive strategy is building a network by conducting bilateral and

In: The Belt and Road Initiative