Tuesday, April 9, 2013

China-India Relations: Cooperation and Conflict - Geopolitical Monitor

China-India Relations: Cooperation and Conflict - Geopolitical Monitor


The following article is first in a series examining China-India relations in the 21st century.

 Sino-Indian relations make for a compelling case study, as their strategic complexity and future importance defy any easy explanation. Theirs is a relationship that straddles the entire breadth of geopolitical possibility, encompassing points of conflict and cooperation in the military and economic spheres, territorial and resource disputes, dissonant domestic political systems, and perhaps most importantly: the unprecedented opportunity for two of the greatest development success stories in human history to shape the world of the 21st century. Because conflict or not, both countries recognize the need to work together to lubricate the international system that has served them so well.

Fighting for the Himalayan High Ground

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