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Hesitant Cloud Model and Its Application in the Risk Assessment of “The Twenty-First Century Maritime Silk Road”

Table 1

Indicator system for human environment risk of The Twenty-First Century Maritime Silk Road.

Target layer (A)First indicator layer (B)Secondary indicator layer (C)Indicator property

Human environment risk of The Twenty-First Century Maritime Silk Road (A1) State failure instability event (C1)The better the index comment, the greater the risk
State failure internal war event (C2)The better the index comment, the greater the risk
Political situation (B1)Governance corruption (C3)The better the index comment, the greater the risk
Governance effectiveness (C4)The better the index comment, the lesser the risk
Terrorism activity (C5)The better the index comment, the greater the risk
Poverty population ratio (C6)The better the index comment, the greater the risk
GDP per capita (C7)The better the index comment, the lesser the risk
Economic situation (B2)Governance income and expenses (C8)The better the index comment, the lesser the risk
Total foreign trade (C9)The better the index comment, the lesser the risk
External debt (C10)The better the index comment, the greater the risk
Alignment with power countries (C11)The better the index comment, the greater the risk
Political alliance (B3)Affiliation with China (C12)The better the index comment, the lesser the risk
Trade with China (C13)The better the index comment, the lesser the risk

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