Will the Conflict between India and China Turn into Another War?

@article{Das2020WillTC,
  title={Will the Conflict between India and China Turn into Another War?},
  author={Tuhin K. Das},
  journal={Social Science Research Network},
  year={2020}
}
  • Tuhin K. Das
  • Published 2020
  • Political Science
  • Social Science Research Network
To the world, any country certain to cause pain is unacceptable. China’s military and economic aggression is disturbing the world peace. The country is said to be the root cause of trade war and recent Covid-19 pandemic. Most people are afraid of another great war that might be triggered by China’s aggressive behaviour. The present study investigates such a possibility. CRC model has been applied for this study in the case of India-China border dispute. Analysis in this study reveals the remote… Expand

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