Pax Sinica in Asia: Chinas Emergent Geopolitics of Economic Corridors and Dream of Leadership
Syed Tanveer Ali Shah and
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Muhammad Muzaffar: Assistant Professor,Department of Political Science,GC Women University Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan.
Syed Tanveer Ali Shah: MPhil Scholar, International Relations, University of the Punjab Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
Zahid Yaseen: Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science,GC Women University Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan.
Global Political Review, 2018, vol. 3, issue 1, 101-109
This article explores the features of Chinas hegemonic ambitions which include more economic power than its rivals and the impact of international institutions on the interstate system. As a result, China has achieved Asias first tier of a hegemon, but influence over the global institutional framework is still underway. The eradication of the Pax Americana, however, must slowly materialize in line with Beijings established practices of avoiding confrontation and including various components of the present system. If China succeeds in bringing more and more friends and allies into its clout, Pax Sinica will be successful, but within the Chinese leadership, it is still argued that alliances do not meet the terms of its foreign policy principles.
Keywords: Sino-centric; Economic Corridors; Heartland; OBOR; CPEC. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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