Cooperation without trust: India-China relations today

  • Abhilash Roy Nalpathamkalam
  • Published 2012

Abstract

The first of them takes a “realist” point of view, arguing that each of the two emerging powers would fight for dominance in the Asian continent. It tends to describe relations between the two countries as hostile. This could even lead to military confrontation between the two nations, or at least to an even greater militarization of the region (Roy 2011, Banyan 2012, The Economist 2012). War is only contained because both countries have nuclear weapons and are increasing and modernizing their capabilities in conventional warfare. India belongs to the group of major importers of military technology.

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@inproceedings{Nalpathamkalam2012CooperationWT, title={Cooperation without trust: India-China relations today}, author={Abhilash Roy Nalpathamkalam}, year={2012} }