Author: V P Malik
Translator(s)/ Edito: V P Malik/Jorg Schultz
Publisher: Pentagon Press
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788182743298
China’s rise in the international arena is today an accepted fact. Once known as the Middle Kingdom, China is today set to alter the global power balance, forever. Although China’s ‘calculative strategy’ is premised on its ‘peaceful rise’, such changes in the international power equilibrium have seldom been without conflict and turbulence.
This volume, based on a selection of papers presented at an international conference organized by Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi and Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Berlin, is an attempt to study the rapid changes taking place in the global arena triggered by a rising China.
More important, the well-known experts and commentators, who have contributed to this volume, analyse the political economic and military dimensions of China’s rise and propose pragmatic policies that need to be taken at the bilateral and international level.
This timely and comprehensive volume would be of immense help to policy makers in Asia and Europe particularly, besides academics and journalists the world over.
China’s Strategic Culture and its Political Dynamics
China in the 21st Century: The Impact of Strategic
China and the World: A European View
China’s Strategic Culture and Current International
Dynamics: Perspective from India
W. LAWRENCE S. PABHAKAR
Rise of China and its Economic Implications for its
Low Income Neighours
DEBAPRIYA BHATTACHARYA / SYEED AHAMED
Will Indian Catch Up with China?
MOHAN GURUSWAMY, JEEVAN PRAKASH MOHANTY
AND RONALD JOSEPH ABRAHAM
China’s economic Potential
Who Vadis, China?
Rise of China: Implications for Security in East Asia
China’s Quest for Regional Security
China’s Maritime Strategy: Implications for the
GURPREET S. KHURANA
Training in joint operations for Future Taiwan Conflict
China’s national Defence Strategy, Naval Combat
Doctrines And force Transformation
Rise of China: Technology and Strategic Dimensions
Chinese Military-Industrial Complex: Trends and
Consequences for Southeast Asian Security
To Boldly Go Where No Nation has Gone Before?
China’s Military-Industrial Complex in the 21st century:
Addressing Structural reform Initiatives
DEBA R. MOHANTY
Co-operation for Optimum use of Renewable Energy