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India-China Relations: Dimensions and Perspectives / Pokharna, Bhawna
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India-China Relations: Dimensions and Perspectives
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  Book ID : 35452
  ISBN-10 : 81-7708-192-6 / 8177081926
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7708-192-3 / 9788177081923
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2009
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  xii, 334p., Bib., Index, 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
I. INDIA-CHINA RELATIONS THROUGH THE AGES:
1. India and China: Early Contacts
2. First Small War
3. Impact of Buddhism on China
4. Ancient Travel Routes
5. China in Ancient Indian Literature
6. Middle Kingdom Complex of China
7. From Peaceful to Hostile Co-existence (1950-75)
8. Nehru in China (April 1954)
9. Zhou-En-Lai's Visit to India (June 1954)
10. Nehru's China Visit (October 1954)
11. Nehru and Zhou at Bandung Conference
12. Zhou En Lai's Second India Visit (1956)
13. Zhou's Third Visit
14. Other Exchanges
15. Heading Towards Hostile Co-existence
16. China-Pak Friendship
17. India-China-Soviet Union
18. Preclude to India-China War
19. Nehru-Zhou Summit
20. Forward Policy
21. The Final Confrontation
22. Why India Lost the War?
23. International Reactions
24. Power Shift in the Region
25. Quest for Normalization (1976-1990)
26. China and Indo-Pakistan Wars of 1965 and 1971
27. Soviet Union as a Factor in Sino-Indian Relations
28. Nuclear Explosion by India and its Effects
29. High Level Exchanges
30. Deng Proposal
31. Huang Hua Visit to India
32. Eight Rounds of Border Talks
33. Real Detente Period (1985-1995)
34. Sumdorong Chu Valley Incident
35. Rajiv Gandhi's China Visit
36. New International Economic Order
37. Change of Leadership in India
38. Internal Disturbances in China

II. INDIA CHINA RELATIONS IN THE POST-COLD WAR ERA:
1. Change of Government in India
2. Li Peng Visit to India (December 1991)
3. President Venkatraman Visit to China
4. Sino-Indian Exchanges at the Earth Summit (1992)
5. Narsimha Rao Visit to China (September 1993)
6. JWG Talks during the Period
7. Other Exchanges
8. Chinese Foreign Minister in New Delhi (July 1994)
9. Vice-President Narayanan in China (October 1994)
10. Jiang Zemin in India (November 1996)
11. JWG Meetings during the Period
12. Indian Nuclear Tests and Chinese Reactions
13. Resumption of Bilateral Exchanges
14. Kargil Conflict and Chinese Neutral Posture
15. President Narayanan in China (April 2000)
16. Li Peng in India
17. Other Exchanges
18. Terrorist Attack on Indian Parliament and Chinese Reaction
19. Zhu Rongji in India (January 2002)
20. Jaswant Singh in China JWG Meetings during the Period
21. George Fernandes in China (2003)
22. Vajpayee's China Visit Premier
23. Wen Jiabao in India (April 2005)
24. India China Strategic Talks
25. Hu Jintao in India (November 2006)

III. THE BORDER AND TIBET PROBLEMS:
1. What is Border Problem?
2. Colombo Proposal
3. East-West Swap
4. Agreements on Border
5. Tibet Factor
6. British India's Contacts with Tibet
7. Pre-1949 Chinese Interventions in Tibet
8. The "Liberation" of Tibet by China
9. Tibet in United Nations
10. Sino-Tibetan Agreement of 1951
11. Tibet in the Aftermath of 1975
12. India's Options

IV. INDIA-CHINA AND SOUTH ASIA:
1. Chinese Policy in South Asia in the Initial Years (1950-1975)
2. Restoration of India-China Diplomatic Relations and their Impact on South-Asia
3. Chinese Modernization Programme and its Impact on South Asia
4. India as Perceived by Small Neighbours
5. India-China and South Asia in Post-Cold War Era
6. China's Arms Sales in the Region
7. China and Nuclearisation of South Asia
8. China's Trade Relations with South Asian Countries:
i. India, China and Nepal
ii. India, China and Bhutan
iii. India, China and Pakistan
iv. India, China and Bangladesh
v. India, China and Sri Lanka
vi. India, China and Myanmar

V. INDIA-CHINA ECONOMIC RELATIONS:
1. Identical Problems
2. The Indian Experience
3. Economic Development in India and China: A Comparison
4. India-China Bilateral Trade
5. Resuming Border Trade
6. Would India Catch up with Chinese Economy?
7. Is Chindia in the Making?

VI. INDIA-CHINA AND THE PRESENT WORLD:
1. Emerging Multipolarity and Polycentricity
2. Regional Economic Grouping
3. Arms Control
4. Chinese Perception of New International Order
5. India, China and New World Order
6. China's Assertion as a Global Power

VII. PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF INDIA-CHINA RELATIONS

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India and China are the emerging superpowers of the world and together they can make 21st century an Asian Century. Immense scope lies for both India and China for constructive and cooperative partnership in various fields. This book examines India-China bilateral relations from various angles including regional and global dimensions. The book describes and examines age-old cultural exchanges, shared perceptions during freedom struggles and post-Independence and post-Revolution concerns of the two countries.

Border problem and Tibet factor are hurdles in the way of India-China smooth relations. These problems require solution on lasting basis if bilateral economic cooperation between the two countries is to be promoted. Current trends and prospects of India-China relations are discussed in this context.

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