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The Political Risk Factors in Central Asia and Their Impact on China

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DOI: 10.23977/ISEEH2022.008


Suchuan Ma, Wenwen Liu, Xiaolin Wang, Xiaojuan Qiang

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Suchuan Ma


Taking President Xi Jinping’s statement of “improving prevention and control capabilities to prevent and defuse major risks, maintaining sustained and healthy economic development and overall social stability” as a guiding ideology, a series of factors affecting the external environment in Central Asia and the existence of national risks in Central Asia affecting China’s external environmental security are analyzed. Empirical methods are used to study the impact of risks in countries in Central Asia on investments, personnel, and projects sponsored by China and located in Central Asia. Recommendations are made in relation to preventing and resolving major risks in the external environment of Central Asia. Uncertain policy trends in Central Asia, competing interests in multilateral cooperation, regional terrorism, and wrestling between great powers will pose risks for security and stability in northwest China in the context of China’s Belt and Road Initiative and global development.


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