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Searching for an Equilibrium in the India-China Game

Searching for an equilibrium in the india-china game

The BCIM Economic Corridor is a 2,800 km-long corridor that starts from Kolkata and passes through Bangladesh and Myanmar before ending at Kunming in China. It seeks to revive the southern Silk Route between Assam and Yunnan, and is expected to cost $22 billion. It offers significant gains to China. This includes access to the Indian market, unfettered access to the Bay of Bengal for fuel supplies, and development of Yunnan, a backward province. India's conflict with China over the CPEC must be viewed in the context of its potential gains from the BCIM Economic Corridor. In the Nash equilibrium presented in this chapter, neither China nor India achieves ...

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