Mares Revoltos, Caminhos Necessários: Um Panorama da Geopolítica Energética Sino-Indiana

Iure Paiva, Augusto W. M. Teixeira Júnior, Gary Rainer Chumacero Vanderley

Abstract


O presente artigo apresenta uma análise geopolítica sobre a dimensão militar da segurança energética de China e Índia. O estudo em tela terá como objeto os projetos de cooperação e integração energética que Pequim e Nova Deli articulam em seu entorno regional com países fornecedores. Em seguida, serão analisadas as ameaças que se apresentam aos casos selecionados quanto à proteção da infraestrutura do setor energético e o transporte de combustíveis por meio de rotas marítimas e estreitos. Conclui-se que os desafios geopolíticos ligados à segurança energética, ao invés de impor a competição como determinação geográfica, apresenta um horizonte no qual a cooperação sino-indiana emerge como necessária para a segurança de ambas as potências asiáticas.

Keywords


Geopolítica. Segurança Energética. China e Índia.

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