Protracted Contest Sino-Indian Rivalry in the Twentieth Century
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Description: Ever since India and China established modern states in the mid-20th century, they have been locked in a complex rivalry ranging across the South Asian region. Garver offers an examination of the two countries' actions.
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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: University of Washington Press
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|List of Illustrations|
|Sino-Indian Relations: The Protracted Contest|
|The Tibetan Factor in Sino-Indian Relations|
|The Territorial Dispute|
|Sino-Indian Rivalry for Influence and Status among Developing Countries|
|Indian-Chinese Rivalry in Nepal|
|Sikkim and Bhutan|
|The Sino-Pakistani Entente Cordiale|
|Managing the Contradiction between Maintaining the Sino-Pakistani Entente and Furthering Sino-Indian Rapprochement|
|Burma: The Back Door to China|
|The Indian Ocean in Sino-Indian Relations|
|Nuclear Weapons and the Sino-Indian Relationship|
|Nuclear Weapons and the International Status of China and India|
|Prospects for a Qualitative Change in PRC-ROI Relations|