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Military Confidence-Building and India-China Relations
Fighting Distrust

Dipankar Banerjee and Jabin T Jacob (Eds.)
 

Contents

Preface

List of Contributors

1. Sino-Indian Military CBMs – Efficacy and Influences
Maj. Gen. (Retd.) Dipankar Banerjee and Jabin T Jacob

2. India-China Relations in the 21st Century – Seeking Confidence and Convergence
Maj. Gen. (Retd.) Dipankar Banerjee

3.The Rise of India and China-India Relations
Building Confidence
Maj. Gen. (Retd) Pan Zhenqiang

4. Sino-Indian Military CBMs – Reducing Tensions, Building Confidence
Brig. (Retd) Arun Sahgal

5. Viewpoints on Enhancing Military CBMs along the China-India Border
Sr. Col. Wang Guifang

6. Sino-Indian Nuclear CBMs: Prospects for cooperation
Srikanth Kondapalli

7. Sino-Indian Maritime Cooperation: Strategic Environment
Xia Liping

8. Maritime Coopeartion between India and China: Drivers for cooperation
Cdr. Kamlesh Kumar Agnihotri

9. Terrorism in South Asia and the Counter-terrorism Cooperation between China and India
Maj. Gen. (Retd) Gong Xianfu

10. China- India: Countering Terrorism
Swaran Singh

11. The Impact of the Media and Think-tanks on Sino-Indian Relations
Wang Fan and Zhang Yidan

12. Bilateral Agreements and Sino-Indian Confidence- Building Measures
Jabin T Jacob

Appendices
Major Bilateral Agreements since the End of the Cold War
Index


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