Sino India Towards Grave Confrontation

By: Harsh Vardhan Rathore

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The continuing standoff between India and China along their shared border has cast a dark shadow on their bilateral relationship. It has also stoked nationalism on both sides, making it tough to resolve the issue.The 2017 China India border standoff or Doklam standoff refers to the military border standoff between the Indian armed forces and the People’s Liberation Army of China over construction of a road in Doklam, known as Donglang, or Donglang Caochang (meaning Donglang pasture or grazing field), in Chinese. On 16 June 2017 Chinese troops with construction vehicles and road-building equipment began extending an existing road southward in Doklam, a territory which is claimed by both China as well as India’s ally Bhutan. The present controversy surrounding the Dalai Lama’s visit to Arunachal Pradesh, especially to the Tawang Monastery, a revered symbol of Tibetan Buddhist tradition, is not a stand-alone episode of bilateral bickering between antagonist neighbors India and China, but part of a larger strand of strategic powerplay underscored by factors such as disputed borders and Shared water resources – the usual culprits – that make up the central architects. Unnerved by growing Chinese influence in Sri Lanka, India is seeking to strengthen ties with the Colombo government through economic cooperation as the Indian Ocean island nation assumes increasing importance as a regional trading hub in one of the world’s busiest sea lanes. It is hoped that the book will serve the purpose of students and scholars on the subject and can be useful to them in allied fields. Printed Pages: 325

Title: Sino India Towards Grave Confrontation

Author Name: Harsh Vardhan Rathore

Categories: International Politic/ Relations, India,

Publisher: New Delh, Lenin Media Publishers: 2018

ISBN: 9789385995590

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 1201436

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