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Annual Report on the Development of International Relations in the Indian Ocean Region (2014)The Strategic Landscape of South Asia and Indian Ocean Region

Annual Report on the Development of International Relations in the Indian Ocean Region (2014):... [At present, the extraterritorial connection and the influence of South Asia and Indian Ocean region are strengthened and meanwhile the international significance of the change of regional power structure is also enhanced. However, no matter whether to consider the military situation or the economic environment, or no matter whether to consider the current status analysis or the future expectation, the strategic value of South Asia and Indian Ocean region still cannot be so important to decide the trend of the international system. At the same time, the extraterritorial big powers do not regard the South Asia and Indian Ocean region as the core region for achieving their global strategies, but probably describe the South Asia and Indian Ocean region as the “probable important region in future”. Therefore, the policy of China for South Asia and Indian Ocean region shall be focused on the long-term development in order to patiently and realistically achieve the benefit maximization through gradually and hierarchically promoted policy and strategy.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Annual Report on the Development of International Relations in the Indian Ocean Region (2014)The Strategic Landscape of South Asia and Indian Ocean Region

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Publisher
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Copyright
© Social Sciences Academic Press and Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015
ISBN
978-3-662-45939-3
Pages
27 –40
DOI
10.1007/978-3-662-45940-9_2
Publisher site
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Abstract

[At present, the extraterritorial connection and the influence of South Asia and Indian Ocean region are strengthened and meanwhile the international significance of the change of regional power structure is also enhanced. However, no matter whether to consider the military situation or the economic environment, or no matter whether to consider the current status analysis or the future expectation, the strategic value of South Asia and Indian Ocean region still cannot be so important to decide the trend of the international system. At the same time, the extraterritorial big powers do not regard the South Asia and Indian Ocean region as the core region for achieving their global strategies, but probably describe the South Asia and Indian Ocean region as the “probable important region in future”. Therefore, the policy of China for South Asia and Indian Ocean region shall be focused on the long-term development in order to patiently and realistically achieve the benefit maximization through gradually and hierarchically promoted policy and strategy.]

Published: Dec 22, 2014

Keywords: South Asia; Indian Ocean region; Strategic value; Strategic landscape

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