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Making Sense of Chindia: Reflections on China and India

Jairam Ramesh (Foroward)
Synopsis Indian memories of China have been shaped by the events of 1962. forty two years on, it is time to leave the past behind and begin afresh. Relations between India and China have improved rapidly since Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's visit to China in 1989. Since then ties between the two countries have been cemented at many levels. Jairam Ramesh addresses both the security concerns that continue to mediate the otherwise rapidly improving Sino-Indian relationship and brings to the fore issues that may still pose a problem in the future. The author's intent is to specifically focus on the long-term scenario that may emerge between India and China as their economies develop, complement and compete with each other. He has focused on the role of America in the region, how Western scholars perceive the Sino-Indian relationship and China's changing relationship with Pakistan, amongst other issues.
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About the author

Jairam Ramesh

Jairam Ramesh is at present a Member of Parliament representing the Congress Party from Andhra Pradesh in the Rajya Sabha. He has earlier been advisor to two prime ministers and to two Finance Ministers. He has held several key positions in the Government of India during 1983-1997 and has been closely involved with many state governments as well. He has won several awards and is associated with various public institutions as well. He has had a varied education in leading universities in India and the USA.

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Title Making Sense of Chindia: Reflections on China and India
Author Jairam Ramesh
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8187943955
length xii+130p., Tables; 22cm.