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China–India Relations

Cooperation and conflict

Edited by Kanti Bajpai, Jing Huang, Kishore Mahbubani

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228 pages | 7 B/W Illus.

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About the Book

The question of whether China and India can cooperate is at the core of global geopolitics. As the two countries grow their economies, the potential for conflict is no longer simply a geopolitical one based on relative power, influence and traditional quarrels over land boundaries.

This book assesses the varying interests of China and India in economics, environment, energy, and water and addresses the possibility of cooperation in these domains. Containing analyses by leading authorities on China and India, it analyses the nature of existing and emerging conflict, describes the extent of cooperation, and suggests possibilities for collaboration in the future. While it is often suggested that conflict between the giants of Asia is the norm, there are a number of opportunities for cooperation in trade, international and regional financial institutions, renewable energy development and climate change, and shared rivers.

This book will be of interest to researchers in the fields of Asian Studies, International Relations, and Asian Politics.

Table of Contents

Introduction: The Long Peace, New Areas of Competition, and Opportunities for Cooperation in China-India Relations Kanti Bajpai, Huang Jing, and Kishore Mahbubani Part I: Economics 1. Convergence and Divergence in Development – An Indian Perspective Prem Shankar Jha 2. Towards Greater Financial Cooperation – A Chinese Perspective Zhao Gancheng 3. Bilateral Trade and Global Economy – An Indian Perspective Sanjaya Baru 4. Competitive Cooperation in Trade – A Chinese Perspective Hu Shisheng Part II: Environment and Energy 5. Working Together Towards an Ecologically Civilised World – A Chinese Perspective Pan Jiahua 6. Cooperation on Climate Change Mitigation – An Indian Perspective Arabinda Mishra and Neha Pahuja 7. Sino-Indian Interactions in Energy in the 2000s – A Chinese Perspective Zha Daojiong 8. What Scope for Resource Cooperation? – An Indian Perspective Arunabha Ghosh Part III: Water 9. Towards Riparian Rationality – An Indian Perspective Uttam Kumar Sinha 10. ARiver Flows Through It – A Chinese Perspective Selina Ho Conclusion: Ways Forward for China-India Cooperation Kanti Bajpai, Huang Jing, and Kishore Mahbubani

About the Editors

Kanti Bajpai is Wilmar Professor of Asian Studies at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore.

Huang Jing is Lee Foundation Professor on US–China Relations and Director of the Centre on Asia and Globalisation at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore.

Kishore Mahbubani is Dean and Professor of Practice at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore.

About the Series

Routledge Contemporary Asia Series

The aim of this series is to publish original, high-quality work by both new and established scholars on all aspects of contemporary Asia.

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POLITICAL SCIENCE / General
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SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / General