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Asian nations, many of which got rid of imperialism only a few decades ago, will not want to replace Western dominance with Chinese political and economic hegemony.
There are several lessons to be drawn from the implementation of physical connectivity infrastructure projects in the underdeveloped sub-region where the borders of Bangladesh, India, Myanmar and China meet
What institutions does BCIM need at the Track-1 level for achieving greater integration and coordination of mutually beneficial activities across borders? Is transnational governance is the ultimate goal? Will sub-national governments in the 4 countries be actively involved?