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Asymmetrical Threat Perceptions in India-China Relations$
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Tien-sze Fang

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780198095958

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2014

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198095958.001.0001

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China–India Relations in the Global Context

China–India Relations in the Global Context

(p.171) 5 China–India Relations in the Global Context
Asymmetrical Threat Perceptions in India-China Relations

Tien-sze Fang

Oxford University Press

This Chapter refers to possible trends, cooperative or competitive, in China–India relations in the global context. The Indo–American alliance, the China–India–Russia strategic triangle, and the idea of ‘Chindia’ are scrutinized. Beijing is keenly observing the warming up of Indo–American relations, especially on issues relating to the formation of Indo–American alliance or military cooperation. On the other hand, China, India, and Russia are in the process of working out a trilateral dialogue to share their common concerns and protect their common interests. In addition, the term Chindia, which refers to the combination of China and India, expects that the two nations will stand together in matters of international affairs as a powerful combination. The Indo–American alliance is seen as part of a global strategy against China, while the China–Russia–India strategic triangle and Chindia suggest a cooperative model for China and India to forge a new international order.

Keywords:   Indo–American alliance, China–Russia–India strategic triangle, Chindia, Russia, international order

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