عنوان مقاله [English]
As a buffer between Central Asia and South Asia, Afghanistan has effective transit advantages for advancing the economic goals of its surrounding countries. Among these countries, China, due to its international economic potential (the world's second largest economic power), seeks to monitor and trade with South Asia, West Asia and Europe through a One Belt- One Road, as well as controlling India because it is in regional rival. Therefore, Afghanistan Wakhan Corridor, considering its territorial proximity and relative security to the peripheral territories of China in its western regions, is considered a desirable solution for the implementation and consolidation of a One Belt- One Road economic strategy. Asking how the Wakhan Corridor plays a role in China's economic considerations, this article uses a descriptive-analytical hypothesis that China, given the security climate in Pakistani Kashmir and the insecurity of Central Asian countries due to the movements of extremist groups. , The Wakhan Corridor option, despite being influenced by geographical factors and elements, especially its rough topography in order to be close to the Greater Middle East (the Center of world energy) and Europe, as well as open water, is included in the long-term planning of its economic strategy.