China’s Relations with South Asia: From Threat Avoidance to Development Opportunity

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Abstract

This paper offers a historical overview of PR China’s relations with South Asia (from 1949 to
the present). The South Asian region covering Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal,
Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Burma/Myanmar has been attracting growing international attention in recent years. PR China has become one of the main external actors to involve itself in the region.
In this respect, the paper addresses the main elements of PR China’s current relations with the
South Asian states and offers several case studies of Beijing’s relations with the region. The
investigation also outlines the likely trajectories of PR China’s future relations with South Asia
and also highlight the developments that are likely to impact on those relations.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventAsian Studies Conference Japan - International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan
Duration: 25 Jun 201126 Jun 2011
http://www.meijigakuin.ac.jp/~ascj/2011/index.html

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ConferenceAsian Studies Conference Japan
Abbreviated titleASCJ
CountryJapan
CityTokyo
Period25/06/1126/06/11
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South Asia
threat
China
Myanmar
Maldives
Bhutan
Nepal
Sri Lanka
Bangladesh
Pakistan
India
present

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Ping, J. (2011). China’s Relations with South Asia: From Threat Avoidance to Development Opportunity . Paper presented at Asian Studies Conference Japan, Tokyo, Japan.
Ping, Jonathan. / China’s Relations with South Asia : From Threat Avoidance to Development Opportunity . Paper presented at Asian Studies Conference Japan, Tokyo, Japan.
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