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Title Securing the Belt and Road Initiative : risk assessment, private security and special insurances along the new wave of Chinese outbound investments / Alessandro Arduino, Xue Gong (editors).

Published Singapore : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
©2018

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Physical description 1 online resource (xxi, 308 pages)
Series Springer Political Science and International Studies eBooks 2018 English+International
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Notes The core chapters of this volume are based on the draft papers presented during the 'Securing the Belt and Road Initiative: Risk Assessment, Private Security and Special Insurances along the New Wave of Chinese FDI' (28 October 2016) workshop co-organized in Singapore by the China Programme of the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences-University of Turin (SASS-UNITO) Joint Security and Crisis Management Program.
Contents Intro; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Contributors; List of Figures; List of Tables; Part I: Introduction; Chapter 1: Introduction; Security Challenges; Risks Challenges; Corporate Social Responsibilities Challenges; References; Part II: The Belt and Road Security Blueprint; Chapter 2: The Uneven Regulation of Private Security in ASEAN Member States; Introduction; ASEAN in the Belt and Road Initiative; Securing the Belt and Road Initiative; Domestic Private Security Services in ASEAN States; Legal and Regulatory Frameworks in ASEAN States; Responsible Regulatory Authorities.
CoverageLicence Requirements and Restrictions; Mandatory Training Requirements; Powers of Enforcement; Possession and Use of Firearms; Employment and Labour Laws; Conclusion; Bibliography; Legal Documents; References; Chapter 3: China's Belt and Road Security: The Increasing Role of Insurance and Private Security Companies; Introduction; Belt and Road Initiative Requirements: Special Insurances and Private Security; Private Security Corporations with 'Chinese Characteristics'; Belt and Road Security: Who Is in Charge?; In Search of a Safe Chinese Dream; References.
Part III: Maritime Political and Security RisksChapter 4: Singapore's Role in the Belt and Road Initiative; Introduction: The Belt and Road Initiative and Its Significance; Rationale Behind China's BRI; The BRI Has Significant Implications for Southeast Asia; Singapore Can Play an Important Role; Challenges Lie Ahead; Concluding Remarks; Chapter 5: Resolving the Malacca Dilemma: Malaysia's Role in the Belt and Road Initiative; Introduction; China's Emergent Role in the Malaysian Economy; Understanding the East Coast Rail Link.
Looking Beyond Grand Strategy and Great VisionConclusion; References; Chapter 6: The PRC's Maritime Silk Road Initiative, Southeast Asia, and the United States; PRC: A History as a Land Power and Its Implications for South East Asia; Staking Out a Benign Narrative: The Maritime Silk Road; Institutional and Policy Framework; The Rationale Behind the Maritime Road in the Southeast Asian Region; The Issue of Regional Trust Towards the PRC's Core Strategic Interests; Regional Response to BRI; The Opportunity of Sharing: BRI and Investment, Finance and Politics.
Responses: Pivoting Versus 'The Big Deal'Conclusion; Part IV: Corporate Social Responsibilities and Insurance Performance of Chinese Investments; Chapter 7: China Power Investment Corporation in Myanmar; Introduction; Economic Relations of China and Myanmar; Sino-Burmese Trade Relations; China's Investment in Myanmar; CSR Practice by Chinese Companies; Case Study: CPI in Myitsone Dam; Conclusion; References; Chapter 8: CSR as a Tool to Mitigate Risk for the B & R Initiative: The Case of Thailand; Theoretical Background; Why CSR Could Mitigate the B & R Risks.
Summary "This collection explores the expansion of Chinese outbound investments, aimed to sustain the increased need for natural resources, and how they have amplified the magnitude of a possible international crisis that the People's Republic of China may face in the near future by bringing together the views of a wide range of scholars. President Xi's Belt and Road initiative (BRI), aimed to promote economic development and exchanges with China for over 60 countries, necessitates a wide range of security procedures. While the threats to Chinese enterprises and Chinese workers based on foreign soil are poised to increase, there is an urgent need to develop new guidelines for risk assessment, special insurance and crisis management. While the Chinese State Owned Enterprises are expanding their international reach capabilities, they still do not have the capacity to assure adequate security. In such a climate, this collection will be of profound value to policy makers, those working in the financial sector, and academics."-- Provided by publisher.
Other author Arduino, Alessandro, editor.
Gong, Xue, editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Securing the Belt and Road Initiative: Risk Assessment, Private Security and Special Insurances along the New Wave of Chinese FDI (Workshop) (2016 : Singapore)
Subject Security, International -- Eurasia -- Congresses.
Risk assessment -- China -- Congresses.
Investments, Chinese -- Foreign countries -- Congresses.
China -- Foreign economic relations -- 21st century -- Congresses.
China -- Commercial policy -- Congresses.
Electronic books.
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