China’s Relations with India: Great Power Statecraft and Territory
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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.
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China's Strategic Priorities
Jonathan H. Ping and Brett McCormick
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