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India and China

Economics and Soft Power Diplomacy

Geeta Kochhar (Redaktør) ; Snehal Ajit Ulman (Redaktør)

This book looks at the changing dynamics of diplomacy of the two emerging global powers - India and China. It examines trade relations, cultural ties and economic engagements of both countries and their shifting influence in the region surrounding them. Les mer
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This book looks at the changing dynamics of diplomacy of the two emerging global powers - India and China. It examines trade relations, cultural ties and economic engagements of both countries and their shifting influence in the region surrounding them.


This volume takes an in-depth look at the trade and economic strategies of India and China through the prism of soft power diplomacy. It reflects on the challenges the two countries face over bilateral trade negotiations, BRICS and China's Silk Road project, along with other issues of foreign policy. The book underlines the decisive role of the soft power approach and greater people-to-people contact in the global strategies of India and China and in fostering greater cooperation in the region.


The book will be of great interest to researchers and students of international relations, political science, public policy and international communications. It will also be useful for think tanks, policy makers and general readers who are interested in the India-China relationship and the politics of soft power diplomacy.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

List of Figures. List of Tables. List of Contributors. Foreword. Preface. List of Abbreviations. Glossary. 1. Scope for Power Transitions Through Soft Power Deployment: A Comparative Study of China and India Salonee Shital 2. Whither Pax Indica and Pax Sinica? Indian and Chinese Soft Power Strategies Asma Masood 3. Sino-Indian Economic Relations: Cooperation or Conflict? Sriparna Pathak 4. Irony of India-China Engagement at The Global Forum Krishna Kumar Verma 5. Rise of the BRICS and Changing World Order: Role of India and China Junuguru Srinivas 6. India and China in Contemporary Times: Interactions and Challenges in the Indian Ocean Mohor Chakraborty 7. The Sagarmala Project and the One Belt One Road Project: The Convergence of India-China National Interests Prosper Malangmei 8. India China Bilateral Trade Through Nathu-La Pass: Past and Present Anil Kumar Biswas 9. Indo-Sino Trade in the Post-Globalisation Era Sundeep Kumar S 10. China's Silk Road Economic Project, Central Asia and India's Interests Kamala Kumari. Index.

Om forfatteren

Geeta Kochhar is Assistant Professor at the Centre for Chinese and South East Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India. She received her doctorate from the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, and is fluent in Mandarin Chinese. She was awarded the Asia Fellowship for research at CASS, China; and the Government of India MHRD "India-China Bilateral Cultural Exchange Scholarship" for advance studies in China. Her publications include Modern China: Society, Culture, and Literature (2019); China's Foreign Policy and Security Dimensions (2018); Unique Asian Triangle: India, China, Nepal (2016, co-edited); India-China-Nepal: Decoding Trilateralism (2016); and Nepal's Foreign Policy and Her Neighbours (2016). She also co-authored 1000 Powerful Chinese Lexicon: Chinese, English, Hindi (2017).


Snehal Ajit Ulman is a PhD research scholar at the Centre for Chinese and South East Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India. He is also a Junior Research Fellowship holder and is currently teaching undergraduate first year students in Jawaharlal Nehru University. He was awarded a joint scholarship from the Government of China and the Ministry of Human Resource Development to study in China for a year (September 2012-July 2013). He has co-authored a book titled 1000 Powerful Chinese Lexicon: Chinese, English, Hindi (2017).