Author: M RasgotraSeveral Contributors/Translator(s)/ Editors(s): M RasgotraPublisher: Academic FoundationYear: 2012Language: EnglishPages: 181ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788171889648
A Comprehensive study of China is one of the most important areas of research at Observer Research Foundation (ORF). The ORF China Studies Programme has been closely following the emergence of India’s great neighbour on the global centre-stage as a military and economic superpower. Of particular interest have been China’s political and social evolution, its economy and how its foreign and security policies affect India and the World. The ORF China Studies Series is an effort to analyse China’s economic, political and military trajectory in a sustained and dispassionate manner and create a body of insightful work which will be useful to scholars, policymakers, journalists and all those interested in knowing China better.
Foreword by M. RasgotraIntroduction by H.H.S. Viswanathan 1. China’s Economy : Strengths and Weakness by Raj Kumar2. China’s Economy : Internal and External by Vivek Bharati 3. Technology as the key to power : what India can learn from China by Smita Purushottam4. China’s Environmental Problems : An Indian Viewpoint by P.S. Ramakrishnan5. The internal Political Situation in China by B. Raman6. Whither China : Prospects and Direction ? A Net Assessment of the social, cultural and human dimensions of China’s Development by Ravi Bhoothalingam7. China-US Relations by H.H.S. Viswanathan8. China-EU Relations by H.H.S. Viswanathan9. Russia-China Relations : Uneasy Friendship ? by Nandan Unnikrishnan and Ajish P. Joy10. China’s Growing Role in Central Asia by Angira Sen Sarma11. China’s Relations with East Asia and Southeast Asia in the Asia-Pacific Setting by Dilip Lahiri12. China and the International System by Madhu Bhalla13. China and South Asia by Sreemati Chakrabarti