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RADIUS 200: The story of a fragile love trapped in the crossfire between two nuclear nations warring over scarce water resources
RADIUS 200: The story of a fragile love trapped in the crossfire between two nuclear nations warring over scarce water resources
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Russia-India Relations in the Post Cold War Era: The China Factor Rs.780.00/-

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After the end of the Cold War, US emerged as the sole super power. The world is now witnessing the growth of many power centers and a truly multi-polar world is emerging and the US even though it remains the world’s biggest economy, its power is declining. But with the rise of China, the power transition between US and China is explicitly visible. US is no longer able to check Chinese aggressive military and economic policies alone and it needs partners and allies. The growing India-US relations can be seen in this context. But, India seeks to maintain its time tasted relation with Russia, without impacting on its growing partnership with US. The convergence of interests has brought Russia and China together to oppose US hegemony and to bring multi-polarity. This renewed Russia-China rapprochement has created both challenges and opportunities for India.

This monograph explains how historical legacy has created mistrust in Russia-China and India-China relations. In the case of Russia-India relations, it has played a positive role in deepening their relationship in the post Cold War era. Also the geographical contiguity of Russia and India with China has provided a constant factor to collaborate India and Russia for sustainable peace in Asia. This monograph also examines the China factor in Russia-India relations in the context of today’s multi-polar world and in the context of multilateral engagements which throws many challenges and opportunities for India.

Author: Ajay K Singh
ISBN: 9789383649624
Pages: 180
Features: Pb, KW
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 23 November, 2015.
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