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India and China: Mutual Relations

S. Singh (Editor)
Synopsis China and India are two big nations of the world, situated in Asia having many similarities as well as sharp contrasts. These are the two top ranking most populous countries in the world-China first and India the Second. Both are viewed as emerging giant world economies of the future. Ten articles are collated here to highlight the major issues pertaining to Sino-Indian relations, namely: Chinese Foreign Policy; The Sino-Indian Border Dispute; The Tibetan Problem and China’s Foreign Relation; Mao Zedong’s Thought and China’s India Policy; Mutual Misperceptions and Lost Opportunities; India’s Threat Perceptions; China and the Indian Nuclear Tests; The China Factor in Indo-Bhutanese Relations; India-China Relations in the Post-Cold War Era; Towards Future; etc.
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About the author

S. Singh

Dr. S. Singh, MA (History & Political Science), DPhil is a seasoned teacher and researcher in Political Science having brilliant academic record. Has written many research papers and has contributed many articles in books. His another edited book viz., Dynamics of Indian Foreign Policy was widely acclaimed.

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Title India and China: Mutual Relations
Author S. Singh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2006
Edition 1s ed.
Language: English
isbn 8126126825
length viii+412p., References; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.