“The Chinese New Silk Road is nothing else but the ‘planetary channel’ implemented by China to guarantee and defend commodity in an age of growing natural resources depletion.”
This article looks at the way the current militarization of maritime segments of the Chinese New Silk Road is implemented in the Arabian Sea, and related consequences on geopolitics, including for businesses. It is the second part of a series, the first one focusing on militarization in the South China Sea (Jean-Michel Valantin, “Militarizing the Chinese New Silk Road (Part 1)”, The Red (Team) Analysis Society, March 13, 2017).
Here, the cases of Pakistan, Iran and Djibouti will allow us to understand how the Chinese political, military and business authorities are entangling the economic, political and military needs and interests of China in the integrated grand strategy of the New Silk Road. …