南亚地区安全治理的困境与出路 / The Predicament and Solution of Security Governance in South Asia
There are four prominent security governance dilemmas in South Asia. The first one is the standoff between India and Pakistan; the second is a number of territorial disputes between countries; the third one is the increasingly violent terrorist activities; the forth is the persistence of drug smuggling, illegal immigration and transnational crimes and other non-traditional security problems. The solving of these security governance dilemmas calls for the relevant countries to coordinate, discuss and cooperate with each other, relevant powers in particular, major powers like China and India need to conduct active cooperation, initiate dialogues and consultations, bear the main responsibility; conduct multilateralism, including the support of the United Nations to play a proactive role. In addition, the key to solving the dilemma of security governance in South Asia is to promote economic development and regional prosperity. Without a healthy, stable, prosperous and developing economy, it is hard for South Asia to get out of the predicament of security governance. In this regard, China’s Belt and Road Initiative will play a big facilitating role.
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