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Trends in Russia - China Relations Implications for India
Trends in Russia - China Relations Implications for India

Trends in Russia - China Relations Implications for India

by Nandan Unnikrishnan

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English

Publisher

Observer Research Foundation

ISBN

9788186818114 - Year: 2015 - Pages: 126

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Paperback

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Author: Nandan Unnikrishnan
Uma Purusahothaman/
Publisher: Observer Research Foundation
Year: 2015
Language: English
Pages: 126
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788186818114

Description

Relations with China and Russia are key foreign policy vectors for India. Russia is a strategic partner of long-standing, while the relationship with China has been contentious. India and the
Soviet Union earlier shared common perceptions about China. But with the end of the Cold War, the dynamics have changed significantly.

Russia has settled its border disputes with China and has significantly enhanced its bilateral cooperation in recent years. The rise of China and its growing clout are reshaping equations in the region. India cannot remain unaffected by these developments.

Given India's close strategic ties with Russia, the upsurge in Sino-Russian ties and their impact on the nature of the Sino-Russian relationship is of enormous importance to India.

This monograph examines the trends and patterns of Sino-Russian ties from strategic, political and economic perspectives as well as the Sino-Russian interplay in the Russian Far East.

Contents

Contents

Preface
I. Introduction
II. Russia-China Relations: A Brief History
III. Views on Global Governance
IV. Sino-Russia Engagement at Multilateral Forums
V. Economic and Trade Relations
VI. Energy Ties
VII. Military Cooperation
VIII. Cultural Ties
IX. Afghanistan
X. Central Asia
XI. The Arctic
XII. Climate Change
XIII. The Russian Far East and China
XIV. Russian and Chinese Military Postures
XV. The Role of External Players
XVI. Conclusion
XVII. Implications for India
Bibliography
Endnotes

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