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|Title:||India-China relations : a new paradigm|
|Contributors:||Das, Rup Narayan|
China -- Foreign relations -- India.
India -- Foreign relations -- China.
|Publisher:||Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses.|
|Place of Publication:||New Delhi, India|
|Series/Report no.:||Institute for Defence Studies & Analyses (IDSA Monograph Series); 2013; No.19|
|Description:||Abstract: "India-China relations may not be ideal in the narrative of a bilateral relationship between the countries. But given the complexity of the engagement and interaction between the two countries and taking into account the divergent political systems, the unresolved territorial issues, compulsions of geopolitics, the quest for resources and markets, and aspirations of the two countries for global influence and power, the relations between the two countries are certainly a matter of reassurance and optimism. In spite of the occasional hiccups, the two countries have shown a certain degree of resilience and have learnt to live together".|
|Appears in Collections:||Serials and series reports (Access Limited to Princeton) – INDIA IDSA Monograph|
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