Archive for the ‘IMEC’ Category

Biden’s Belt and Road Counter Needs An Eastern Extension

Via The Asia Times, commentary that the new US-led India-Middle East-Europe corridor will only be credible and meaningful if it’s extended to China’s backyard: US President Joe Biden announced on September 9 at the G20 Summit in India an ambitious plan for a transportation corridor connecting India with the Middle East and, ultimately, Europe – […]

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Will the U.S. Plan to Counter China’s Belt and Road Initiative Work?

Via The Council on Foreign Relations, commentary on IMEC: At last week’s G20 summit, President Joe Biden announced an India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor (IMEC), which seeks to counter the inroads China has made through its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) by linking India, the Arabian Gulf, and Europe. This reflects a recognition in Washington that […]

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The India-Middle East Corridor: A New Silk Route or Diplomacy by PowerPoint?

Via Middle East Eye, commentary on the India-Middle East Corridor: The US’ bid to take on China with the new Imec transit corridor leaves regional powers jockeying for influence. But will it actually be used? Israel‘s former transport minister was full of hope and optimism when he unveiled his ambitious plan to link the eastern Mediterranean […]

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