Laluan sutera baharu maritim china dan implikasi polisi ke atas komunikasi strategik asean

Translated title of the contribution: China’s new maritime silk road and its policy implication for asean’s strategic communication

Muhamad Azwan Abd Rahman, Sity Daud, Abdul Rahman Embong

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Abstract

OBOR, or currently known as Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), is China’s new strategy that covers both land-based and maritime mega economic cooperation. The idea was mooted by President Xi Jinping in 2013 as an attempt to recapture the appeal of the historical nostalgia of the Maritime Classical Silk in Southeast Asia. These historical links contribute towards building social infrastructure, an important element for economic cooperation which China uses to attract ASEAN countries to join the New Maritime Silk Road’s projects. ASEAN member states individually welcome the shift in China’s strategy as reflected by their respective policies to take advantage of this BRI initiative rather than collectively as an organisation. However, there is also concern among various sections of the population in ASEAN countries over China’s cooperation plan in Southeast Asia. This article argues that China’s New Martime Silk Road, on the one hand will make ASEAN a world maritime hub, but on the other hand, there is the need for an inclusive policy of strategic communication for all parties involved in this cooperation. This article focuses on analytical discussion on ASEAN by using primary and secondary data. It argues that ASEAN does not have any special and comprehensive policy or committee that can protect the member states’ interests within this cooperation, other than the need to review the practice of non-interference among ASEAN member states for the purpose of strategic communication. This article contributes to policy input to some extent, especially in terms of China-ASEAN economic partnership.

Original languageIndonesian
Pages (from-to)1-20
Number of pages20
JournalJurnal Komunikasi: Malaysian Journal of Communication
Volume34
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2018

Fingerprint

ASEAN
Silk
road
Economics
China
communication
Communication
economic cooperation
Southeast Asia
social infrastructure
nostalgia
appeal
president

Keywords

  • ASEAN
  • Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)
  • China’s New Maritime Silk Road
  • Social infrastructure
  • Strategic communication

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Communication

Cite this

Laluan sutera baharu maritim china dan implikasi polisi ke atas komunikasi strategik asean. / Abd Rahman, Muhamad Azwan; Daud, Sity; Embong, Abdul Rahman.

In: Jurnal Komunikasi: Malaysian Journal of Communication, Vol. 34, No. 3, 01.01.2018, p. 1-20.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

@article{9f05e4c7ae3b4e4798f84680a097d0ac,
title = "Laluan sutera baharu maritim china dan implikasi polisi ke atas komunikasi strategik asean",
abstract = "OBOR, or currently known as Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), is China’s new strategy that covers both land-based and maritime mega economic cooperation. The idea was mooted by President Xi Jinping in 2013 as an attempt to recapture the appeal of the historical nostalgia of the Maritime Classical Silk in Southeast Asia. These historical links contribute towards building social infrastructure, an important element for economic cooperation which China uses to attract ASEAN countries to join the New Maritime Silk Road’s projects. ASEAN member states individually welcome the shift in China’s strategy as reflected by their respective policies to take advantage of this BRI initiative rather than collectively as an organisation. However, there is also concern among various sections of the population in ASEAN countries over China’s cooperation plan in Southeast Asia. This article argues that China’s New Martime Silk Road, on the one hand will make ASEAN a world maritime hub, but on the other hand, there is the need for an inclusive policy of strategic communication for all parties involved in this cooperation. This article focuses on analytical discussion on ASEAN by using primary and secondary data. It argues that ASEAN does not have any special and comprehensive policy or committee that can protect the member states’ interests within this cooperation, other than the need to review the practice of non-interference among ASEAN member states for the purpose of strategic communication. This article contributes to policy input to some extent, especially in terms of China-ASEAN economic partnership.",
keywords = "ASEAN, Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), China’s New Maritime Silk Road, Social infrastructure, Strategic communication",
author = "{Abd Rahman}, {Muhamad Azwan} and Sity Daud and Embong, {Abdul Rahman}",
year = "2018",
month = "1",
day = "1",
doi = "10.17576/JKMJC-2018-3403-01",
language = "Indonesian",
volume = "34",
pages = "1--20",
journal = "Jurnal Komunikasi: Malaysian Journal of Communication",
issn = "2289-151X",
publisher = "Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia",
number = "3",

}

TY - JOUR

T1 - Laluan sutera baharu maritim china dan implikasi polisi ke atas komunikasi strategik asean

AU - Abd Rahman, Muhamad Azwan

AU - Daud, Sity

AU - Embong, Abdul Rahman

PY - 2018/1/1

Y1 - 2018/1/1

N2 - OBOR, or currently known as Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), is China’s new strategy that covers both land-based and maritime mega economic cooperation. The idea was mooted by President Xi Jinping in 2013 as an attempt to recapture the appeal of the historical nostalgia of the Maritime Classical Silk in Southeast Asia. These historical links contribute towards building social infrastructure, an important element for economic cooperation which China uses to attract ASEAN countries to join the New Maritime Silk Road’s projects. ASEAN member states individually welcome the shift in China’s strategy as reflected by their respective policies to take advantage of this BRI initiative rather than collectively as an organisation. However, there is also concern among various sections of the population in ASEAN countries over China’s cooperation plan in Southeast Asia. This article argues that China’s New Martime Silk Road, on the one hand will make ASEAN a world maritime hub, but on the other hand, there is the need for an inclusive policy of strategic communication for all parties involved in this cooperation. This article focuses on analytical discussion on ASEAN by using primary and secondary data. It argues that ASEAN does not have any special and comprehensive policy or committee that can protect the member states’ interests within this cooperation, other than the need to review the practice of non-interference among ASEAN member states for the purpose of strategic communication. This article contributes to policy input to some extent, especially in terms of China-ASEAN economic partnership.

AB - OBOR, or currently known as Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), is China’s new strategy that covers both land-based and maritime mega economic cooperation. The idea was mooted by President Xi Jinping in 2013 as an attempt to recapture the appeal of the historical nostalgia of the Maritime Classical Silk in Southeast Asia. These historical links contribute towards building social infrastructure, an important element for economic cooperation which China uses to attract ASEAN countries to join the New Maritime Silk Road’s projects. ASEAN member states individually welcome the shift in China’s strategy as reflected by their respective policies to take advantage of this BRI initiative rather than collectively as an organisation. However, there is also concern among various sections of the population in ASEAN countries over China’s cooperation plan in Southeast Asia. This article argues that China’s New Martime Silk Road, on the one hand will make ASEAN a world maritime hub, but on the other hand, there is the need for an inclusive policy of strategic communication for all parties involved in this cooperation. This article focuses on analytical discussion on ASEAN by using primary and secondary data. It argues that ASEAN does not have any special and comprehensive policy or committee that can protect the member states’ interests within this cooperation, other than the need to review the practice of non-interference among ASEAN member states for the purpose of strategic communication. This article contributes to policy input to some extent, especially in terms of China-ASEAN economic partnership.

KW - ASEAN

KW - Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)

KW - China’s New Maritime Silk Road

KW - Social infrastructure

KW - Strategic communication

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=85056572143&partnerID=8YFLogxK

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/citedby.url?scp=85056572143&partnerID=8YFLogxK

U2 - 10.17576/JKMJC-2018-3403-01

DO - 10.17576/JKMJC-2018-3403-01

M3 - Article

AN - SCOPUS:85056572143

VL - 34

SP - 1

EP - 20

JO - Jurnal Komunikasi: Malaysian Journal of Communication

JF - Jurnal Komunikasi: Malaysian Journal of Communication

SN - 2289-151X

IS - 3

ER -