Empirical Evidence Of Geo-Economics & Geo-Politics: A Case Study Of China’s Interests In Central Asia And Its Implications Towards India

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Dr. Syed Waqas Haider Bukhari , Dr. Asif Amin , Dr. Marriyam Siddique


Research design is deemed mandatory to expedite the smooth running of different research operations. Design aids the researcher to foster his idea by viewing all possible blemishes and inadequacies. There are different classifications of research. For the establishment of cause-and-effect relations in this study there is the need of three kinds of variables dependent variable, independent variable and control variable. In the study, while using causal research design, the relationship of causality between China’s Policy towards Central Asia and its implications on India’s interests will be thoroughly investigated. For collection of secondary data Scott’s four criteria will be applied to check the quality of data. Furthermore, in study for the interpretation of data, qualitative and quantitative data analysis techniques will be used. Analysis of data will be divided into following six stages. In term of reasoning there are two classifications of research i.e., inductive and deductive. While using deductive approach two theories will be used to evaluate China’s geo-economics interests in Central Asia and its implications on India. Research ethics are very vital in overall process of the research. In this study the researcher will kept in mind all the ethics of research during work.

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