India and China are the emerging superpowers of the world and together they can make the 21st century an 'Asian Century.' For both countries, immense scope lies for constructive and cooperative partnerships in various realms. This book examines India-China bilateral relations from various angles, including regional and global dimensions. The book describes and examines age-old cultural exchanges, shared perceptions during freedom struggles, and the post-Independence and post-Revolution concerns of the two countries. Additionally, border problem and the Tibet factor are hurdles in the way of smooth India-China relations. These problems require solutions on a lasting basis if bilateral economic cooperation between the two countries is to be promoted. Current trends and prospects of India-China relations are discussed in this context.
Publication Date: 2/18/2009