EASSC Publications

Title

China’s Relations with India: Great Power Statecraft and Territory

Date of this Version

1-1-2016

Document Type

Book Chapter

Abstract

This chapter employs the discipline of global political economy and critical theory to consider relations between China and India. The border dispute is identified as a strategic priority; not only for the two great powers, but also for the system as a whole. The chapter finds that that the ongoing border negotiations may be furthered by the addition of critical theory to the presently utilised problem-solving theory so as to progress the decade’s old, stalled process.

https://www.routledge.com/products/9780415707343

Journal, Book or Conference Title

China's Strategic Priorities

Publisher

Routledge

Editor

Jonathan H. Ping and Brett McCormick

Publication Details

Author information: Jonathan H. Ping is an Associate Dean and Associate Professor at Bond University. He is a graduate of the University of Melbourne and received his Ph.D. from the University of Adelaide. He specialises in the study of statecraft. In this area he has developed the first unifying theory of the middle power concept—hybridisation theory—as presented in his book Middle Power Statecraft. His work on statecraft has most recently been applied to China in the book Chinese Engagements. Dr. Ping is the Founder and a Director of the East Asia Security Centre.

ISBN

9780415707343

Start Page

97

End Page

113

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