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China and Its Neighbours

Edited by Srikanth Kondapalli and Emi Mifune

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ISBN 10: 8182744490 / ISBN 13: 9788182744493
Published by Pentagon Press, 2010
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Contents Introduction 1 Chinas Foreign Strategy as a Great Power Satoshi Amako 2 China in Asia Managing the Riser of an Authoritarian Power with Uninhibited Ambitions Brahma Chellaney 3 China Taiwan Relations Taiwanese Identity and One China Principle Yoshiyuki Ogasawara 4 Chinas Rise and the Korean Peninsula Vyjayanti Raghavan 5 China ASEAN Relations Emerging Asian Security Architecture S Rajasimman 6 India China Relations Bonhomie with Ambivalence Takenori Horimoto 7 Dragon Looks south Current Drives in Chinas south Asian Neighbourhood Policy Jagnnath P Panda 8 Chinas Policy Toward Central Asia Emi Mifune 9 Chinas Relations with West Asia Stikanth Kondapalli Index China had attracted global attention in the recent past by becoming one of the decisive actors in Asia and beyond It is the largest country in Asia and bordering the largest number of Asian countries with the largest population permanent membership in the United Nations Security Council and a recognised nuclear weapon state Its geographical position in Asia provides it with unique privileges It borders fourteen of the other 42 countries in Asia and others by land and with several other countries in maritime dimensions Chinas emergence as a third largest economy in the world after the United States and Japan in 2008 is providing opportunities as well as challenges Hence its political border interactions with these nearly half of the Asian states are crucial in explaining interstate dynamics in the region Chinas formulation of policies their execution and implementation would be crucial for a number of states in Asia The neighbouring countries responses to these policies would also be crucial for China as well in evaluating the successes or failures of its adjustment with the neighbourhood This book provides valuable insights on these issues not only from Indias point of view but also from the point of view of Japan The research and analysis has been assembled by renowned scholars from both countries and is of value to the academics specialists policy analysts think tanks and all interested in studying the geostrategic significance of China today jacket 288 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 84440

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Title: China and Its Neighbours

Publisher: Pentagon Press

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:As New

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China had attracted global attention in the recent past by becoming one of the decisive actors in Asia and beyond. It is the largest country in Asia and bordering the largest number of Asian countries, with the largest population, permanent membership in the United Nations Security Council and a recognised nuclear weapon state. Its geographical position in Asia provides it with unique privileges. It borders fourteen of the other 42 countries in Asia and others by land and with several other countries in maritime dimensions. China's emergence as a third largest economy in the world after the United States and Japan in 2008 is providing opportunities as well as challenges. Hence, its political/border interactions with these nearly half of the Asian states are crucial in explaining inter-state dynamics in the region. China's formulation of policies, their execution and implementation would be crucial for a number of states in Asia. The neighbouring countries' responses to these policies would also be crucial for China as well in evaluating the successes or failures of its adjustment with the neighbourhood. This book provides valuable insights on these issues, not only from India's point of view, but also from the point of view of Japan. The research and analysis has been assembled by renowned scholars from both countries and is of value to the academics, specialists, policy analysts, think tanks and all interested in studying the geo-strategic significance of China today.

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