Author: S D Muni
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): S.D. Muni / Suranjan Das
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788129114648
India and china have emerged as two of the most critical players not only in Asia but the world as a whole. Their mutual engagement during the coming decade will significantly influence the defining of strategic economic relation in Asia and beyond.
While China has been accepted as an observer in the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation, India has also made a place for itself in the East Asia Summit and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. Both India and China have issues of common concern in world politics related to energy security, climate change, terrorism, uni-polarity and global financial instability.
This volume, which resulted from a joint seminar of the Observer Research Foundation and the University of Calcutta, probes the constructive as well as conflictual dimensions of the India-China engagement. Well-known economists, strategic experts,
Senior diplomats and policy makers have done an in-depth and analytical study to present a balanced and meaningful perspective on the relationship of Asia’s two giants, both with each other as well as with the rest of the world.
'Both India and China can work together to redefine the economic and strategic priorities of Asia and provide the dynamism that can positively influence the unfolding global events it requires a deft handling of [the] situation, an understanding of the psyche of the two nation and the thrashing out of workable solutions. What is truly heartening, is to see the political relations between the two countries are quite forward-looking and cooperative. The economic relations are growing rapidly and so are the cultural ties. The military relations have led to a new regime of confidence building measures…'
= Pranab Kumar Mukherjee Minister for External Affairs
Pranab Kumar Mukherjee
THE RISING ECONOMIES
ENGAGENT WITH THE EMERGING ASIA
PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS
About the Participants
List of Acronyms