Preparing for Risks Associated with the "One Belt, One Road" Initiative

China has long adhered to peaceful diplomacy. It does not have overseas alliances or military bases, and it needs to lease or pursue other means of cooperating with other countries in order to supply its aircraft carriers and provide for maritime safety. China aims to bring opportunities for economic growth through its One Belt One Road Initiative. It will take more than ten years to implement the Initiative. China will be prepared to address risks associated with the Initiative including political conflicts, suspicions of other countries and terrorism along the Initiative routes.

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