China- India Economic Engagement Building Mutual Confidence
China and India, Asia's two largest and most dynamic societies, have come to be important players in regional and global decision-making. Both countries have had their share of experience in colonial subjugation and both spent their initial post liberalization decades experimenting with planned economic systems inspired by anti-capitalist/ anti-imperialist model. In the new phase of their expanding economic engagement and political rapprochement, both China and India have begun to conceptualize the evolving new multifaceted contours in their interactions. The paper tries to evolve the links that are beginning to unfold the political implications of this rapprochement. The paper also makes some specific propositions like how China-India border trade can be evolved to facilitate evolution of solutions to this complicated boundary question between these two countries.[CSH OP no.10]
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