India and China in the Colonial World

Author: Madhavi Thampi

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Political Science

Page: 256

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India and China in the Colonial World brings together thirteen essays by eminent Indian and Chinese scholars as well as young researchers who look at the multidimensional interaction between the two countries. This interaction was of many kinds and took place at various levels. This volume casts new light on some of the problems that have confronted the relations between India and China as new states and, in doing so, challenges stereotyped images of this relationship. The major areas of India-China relationships covered in this book include some aspects of the situation during and after World War II. Some papers, such as those on the importance of Shanghai in Sino-Indian trade, the presence of the Chinese community in India and Indians in China; Indian fighters in the Taiping Rebellion; Gandhi and the Chinese in South Africa; and ties between south-west China and north-east India during World War II; present the findings of new research. Others such as those pertaining to India-China relations in the period, such as the opium trade; the controversial visit of Rabindranath Tagore to China; and the complexity of Subhash Chandra Bose’s position with relation to both China and Japan have been put in a new light. The essays in this book are particularly relevant as they help to understand the relationship between India and China in the context of a historical perspective.

Zen Buddhism: India and China

Author: Heinrich Dumoulin

Publisher: World Wisdom, Inc


Category: Religion

Page: 440

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A new edition of Dumoulin's classic two-volume history brings these essential reference works back to students of Zen. This new edition of Volume 1, on the early years of the emergence of Zen through India and China, includes: notes on the new editions by James W. Heisig of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture; a new introduction by John R. McRae of Indiana University; and the complete original text of Heinrich Dumoulin. New developments in the study of Zen are explored in the provocative new introduction, which adds further significance to the remarkable, comprehensive history given by Dumoulin. Book jacket.

India and China

Foreign Policy Approaches and Responses

Author: B. R. Deepak




Page: 308

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India and China: Foreign Policy Priorities, a collection of 50 essays looks into Indian and Chinese foreign policy approaches towards various bilateral and multilateral issues, which include the maritime security, South China Sea, One Belt One Road, BRICS, terrorism, joint military exercises, New Development Bank etc."

India and China

Author: Sudhakar Bhat



Category: Sino-Indian Border Dispute, 1957-

Page: 260

View: 540

India and China

An Advanced Technology Race and how the United States Should Respond

Author: Ernest H. Preeg

Publisher: CSIS


Category: History

Page: 295

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“A timely book aimed at a critical issue for America's future—the triangular relationship among the United States, China, and India. Preeg has done a superb job of assembling a wealth of data on the trade and investment relationships among all three countries. Whether one accepts his conclusions or not, this book is a major addition to what will be an increasingly important policy debate.”—William A. Reinsch, president, National Foreign Trade Council, and member, U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission This book analyzes the rapid development of export-oriented advanced technology industry in India and China and projects the course ahead. Specific issues examined include education, research and development (R&D), foreign direct investment, trade, and technological innovation. Over the coming two to five years, the author's net assessment is that India is likely to continue its 8 to 10 percent annual growth, while China is likely to experience a structural shift from export-led to domestically oriented growth, including lower growth of perhaps 5 to 7 percent per year.The book also provides a comprehensive U.S. policy response to the rise of China and India as “advanced technology superstates.” Specific policy recommendations are made in the areas of international finance, trade, and investment. These include a more forceful response to currency manipulation by China and other Asian trading partners, additional free trade agreements across the Pacific and with India as building blocks toward multilateral free trade for nonagricultural merchandise, and negotiated disciplines, starting with transparency, for rapidly growing sovereign investment funds. A corresponding domestic policy agenda includes education, publicly supported R&D for basic research, tax reform, and tort reform.

India and China

The Battle between Soft and Hard Power

Author: Dr. S K Shah

Publisher: Vij Books India Pvt Ltd


Category: Political Science

Page: 304

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Since soft power is an intangible component of a state’s power, it is difficult to measure its actual impact. The advantages of hard power such as military and economic resources are that they can be measured and compared, and their direct effects are more or less palpable. It is easy for example to compare Indian and Chinese military expenditures. It is impossible however to quantify the appeal of a country’s values, culture, institutions or achievements, an appeal which is inherently subjective and therefore contested and fluctuating. Since the early 2000s, in keeping with India’s rise on the world stage, the scholarly and policy communities in India and abroad have witnessed a steady increase in writing on India’s soft power. Many of these assessments are optimistic, placing faith in India’s potential as a civilizational great power with considerable resources arising from its culture, domestic ideology and diplomacy. The uniqueness of this book hence lies in the author's way of reconstructing the chapter under review by delving deep into the areas of the subject.

India And China : Comparing The Incomparable

Author: Saraf

Publisher: Macmillan


Category: Capital movements

Page: 198

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India and China are often described as Asia s unidentical twins . They are two unique countries with different histories and contrasting models of development. The usual comparison between these two countries takes into account only a few selected economic parameters and is biased in favour of China. This book aims to provide a comprehensive picture of the Indian and Chinese economies and demystify various myths surrounding them. There are voluminous reports and books available on each of the topics that are covered in this book, but they are generally restricted to researchers, academicians and scholars. On the other hand, there are thousands of articles comparing India and China, which give a glimpse of the two countries but leave a reader wanting more. India and China: Comparing The Incomparable aims to strike a balance and provide a more complete picture by comparing India and China across a wide range of economic and developmental parameters.India and China: Comparing the Incomparable analyses the advantages and disadvantages of different models of growth adopted by India and China. The book:" Presents a comprehensive comparison of China and India on a variety of dimensions using the most recent data " Captures the debates around the sustainability of the development models of the two countries" Provides a broad perspective on the ongoing economic reform processes in the two countries" Rectifies the superficial analysis that is often carried out to compare the two economies " Addresses issues of common interest such as, Why are Chinese exports cheap and will they always remain cheap? , Is the Chinese currency undervalued? , Can India overtake China? , etc" Does not involve heavy jargon or complicated modes, which makes it accessible to a large readership

India and China at Sea

Competition for Naval Dominance in the Indian Ocean

Author: David Brewster

Publisher: Oxford University Press


Category: Political Science

Page: 272

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China and India are emerging as major maritime powers as part of long-term shifts in the regional balance of power. As their wealth, interests, and power grow, the two countries are increasingly bumping up against each other across the Indo-Pacific. China’s growing naval presence in the Indian Ocean is seen by many as challenging India’s aspirations towards regional leadership and major power status. How India and China get along in this shared maritime space—cooperation, coexistence, competition, or confrontation—will be one of the key strategic challenges for the entire region. India and China at Sea is an essential resource in understanding how the two countries will interact as major maritime powers in the coming decades. The essays in the volume, by noted strategic analysts from across the world, seek to better understand Indian and Chinese perspectives about their roles in the Indian Ocean and their evolving naval strategies towards each other.