BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE: IMPACT ON THE WORLD (ONE BELT ONE ROAD) PROS AND CONS

Amar Kumar, Vishal .

Abstract


World champion Napoleon Bonaparte said that China is a sleeping demon, let it sleep, if it wakes up, the world will regret it. In the 21st century, China's BRI (Belt and Road Initiative) project will put Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia to put China on the world stage as a superpower. Through this project rail, water, road, pipe line etc. Is included It will provide a new facility to the world for trade. This project will mark such a record in the world as never before in history. It is the only plan in the world that will connect the 4 continents and oceans penetrating the borders of the states directly with China. Other countries are in a dilemma about this project, they do not want to lose the benefits of this project and also do not want China to interfere in their sovereignty and foreign policy posing a threat to their national security.


Keywords


Superpower, Project, Security of States, Foreign Policy, Agreements, Opposition and Opposition.

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