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Сухопутный, морской и воздушный аспекты проекта «Один пояс, один путь»: индийские перспективы

https://doi.org/10.46272/2587-8476-2015-0-4-141-149

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Проект «Один пояс, один путь» имеет главной целью углубление региональной кооперации и развитие торгового и экономического сотрудничества. Вместе с тем Китай стремится посредством этой инициативы сделать торговлю инструментом расширения своего геополитического и геостратегического влияния. В статье предпринята попытка осветить различные аспекты инициативы «Одного пояса, одного пути». Приводятся точки зрения, помогающие понять суть дискуссий относительно новой геополитической реальности и потенциальной региональной торгово-экономической кооперации.

Об авторе

Н. Дас Кунду
Институт объединенных служб Индии
Индия

старший советник по науке, Центр стратегических исследований и моделирования

Нью-Дели



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Для цитирования:


Дас Кунду Н. Сухопутный, морской и воздушный аспекты проекта «Один пояс, один путь»: индийские перспективы. Международная аналитика. 2015;(4):141-149. https://doi.org/10.46272/2587-8476-2015-0-4-141-149

For citation:


Das Kundu N. Continental, Maritime and Aerial Aspect of the‘One Belt One Road’: India’s Perspective. Journal of International Analytics. 2015;(4):141-149. https://doi.org/10.46272/2587-8476-2015-0-4-141-149

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