DIVERGENCE AND CONVERGENCE BETWEEN CHINA INDIA RELATIONS IN POST-COLD WAR ERA

Authors

  • Humera Hakro
  • Ali Khan Ghumro
  • Jamshed Ali Baloch

Keywords:

India, China, border conflict, cooperation,convergence, divergence.

Abstract

There is a commonly used phrase in international relations quoted from Suzy Kassam that “Todays enemies can be your friends tomorrow and todays friends can be tomorrows enemies”. India China relations are commonly reflected in these words. The two countries have experienced that situation at different stages of their relations.Since their independence conflict and co-operation is witnessed hand-in-hand. The objective of this study is understanding the areas of conflict and co-operation among these two giant neighbors. This study used qualitative research method, using extensive literature review to examine their relationship and future trends. The findings of the study suggest that although there are various issues between two countries but there co-operation as emerging, rising, and giant Asian economies will benefit both nations. However, being nuclear states, they need to refrain from conflict and resolve outstanding issue through diplomacy.

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Published

2021-10-29

How to Cite

Humera Hakro, Ali Khan Ghumro, & Jamshed Ali Baloch. (2021). DIVERGENCE AND CONVERGENCE BETWEEN CHINA INDIA RELATIONS IN POST-COLD WAR ERA. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(10), 3146-3155. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/10325