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China-India Relations under Modi Regime and Pakistan’s Concerns

Authors: Sabahat Jaleel, Shabnam Gul, and Zahid Akbar

Affiliation: University of Engineering and Technology Taxila (Punjab, Pakistan), Lahore College for Women University (Lahore, Pakistan), Ministry of Defence, Pakistan

Organization/Publisher: Global Social Sciences Review (GSSR)

Date/Place: April 2021/Pakistan

Type of Literature: Research Article

Number of Pages: 10

Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.31703/gssr.2019(IV-IV).58

Keywords: Asian Giants, China, Emerging Economies, India, Interdependence, Pakistan

Brief:

In this article, the authors explore the growing economic interdependence between China and India under Modi’s regime. The authors approach the topic through a qualitative methodology that is explorative in nature; data collection is based on oral interviews and existing literature about the topic.  The authors speculate that this interdependence—if turned into a military dimension—can become a huge concern for Pakistan, a rival country of India. India and China are the emerging giant powers in Asia, but have been facing border disputes for a long time. The China-Pakistan relations have prevented India and China from coming closer, and the growing ties between China and Pakistan are sources of insecurity for India. The US-India relationship also increases the trust deficit between China and India, as China believes that the US is using India as a proxy to attack China and to prevent it from becoming a world power. The authors recommend that India and China develop a healthier and more cordial relationship, since they constitute the most important economies of the world.  

 

By: Ruby Clayton, CIGA Research Associate

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