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A multilateral alternative, by Asia
?After a gap of 200 years, Asian
economies are again larger than the
rest of the world’ s combined.
?Asia is providing the multilateral
alternative to a world divided by
values, and no longer by ideology.
?India and China are working to resolve
their border dispute.
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A multilateral alternative, by Asia
?After a gap of 200 years, Asian
economies are again larger than the
rest of the world’ s combined.
?Asia is providing the multilateral
alternative to a world divided by
values, and no longer by ideology.
?India and China are working to resolve
their border dispute.
?Asian Century: 1988 meeting between
Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping and
former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv
Gandhi.
Page 3


A multilateral alternative, by Asia
?After a gap of 200 years, Asian
economies are again larger than the
rest of the world’ s combined.
?Asia is providing the multilateral
alternative to a world divided by
values, and no longer by ideology.
?India and China are working to resolve
their border dispute.
?Asian Century: 1988 meeting between
Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping and
former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv
Gandhi.
?It responds to the re-emergence of
the 2 countries, leveraging size and
technological competence to shape a
new order that reflects their
civilisational values which are distinct
from those of the West.
?Western construct: balance of power
?Asia: live in peace
Page 4


A multilateral alternative, by Asia
?After a gap of 200 years, Asian
economies are again larger than the
rest of the world’ s combined.
?Asia is providing the multilateral
alternative to a world divided by
values, and no longer by ideology.
?India and China are working to resolve
their border dispute.
?Asian Century: 1988 meeting between
Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping and
former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv
Gandhi.
?It responds to the re-emergence of
the 2 countries, leveraging size and
technological competence to shape a
new order that reflects their
civilisational values which are distinct
from those of the West.
?Western construct: balance of power
?Asia: live in peace
?After attaining 15% of global wealth
China announced
?2013: multilateral Belt and Road
Initiative (BRI)
?2014: Asian Infrastructure Investment
Bank
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A multilateral alternative, by Asia
?After a gap of 200 years, Asian
economies are again larger than the
rest of the world’ s combined.
?Asia is providing the multilateral
alternative to a world divided by
values, and no longer by ideology.
?India and China are working to resolve
their border dispute.
?Asian Century: 1988 meeting between
Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping and
former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv
Gandhi.
?It responds to the re-emergence of
the 2 countries, leveraging size and
technological competence to shape a
new order that reflects their
civilisational values which are distinct
from those of the West.
?Western construct: balance of power
?Asia: live in peace
?After attaining 15% of global wealth
China announced
?2013: multilateral Belt and Road
Initiative (BRI)
?2014: Asian Infrastructure Investment
Bank
?2015: emerging India established the
International Solar Alliance
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