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Changing Dynamics in India–China Relations

Saran, Shyam

China Report, May 2017, Vol.53(2), pp.259-263 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Changing Dynamics in India–China Relations
  • Autor: Saran, Shyam
  • Assuntos: History & Archaeology
  • É parte de: China Report, May 2017, Vol.53(2), pp.259-263
  • Descrição: At their meeting in New Delhi in April 2005, the then Indian and Chinese leaders, Manmohan Singh and Wen Jiabao, reaffirmed the elements of consensus underlying the future trajectory of their bilateral relations: One, in the new millennium, relations between India and China, the two rising powers in Asia and the world, had acquired a 'global and strategic character'. They had a convergent interest in adjusting existing structures of global governance such as the United Nations, and in shaping emerging global regimes in new domains such as climate change and cyber security. In declaring a Strategic and Cooperative Partnership, the Joint Statement issued at the end of Wen Jiabao's visit stated, As two major developing countries, India and China acknowledged the importance of their respective roles in the shaping of a new international political and economic order. Two, in this changed perspective, the two countries could now approach the settlement of the boundary question as a strategic objective at an early date. This led to the important Agreement on Political Parameters and Guiding Principles for Settling the Boundary Question during the visit. The earlier stand that the boundary question should be set aside for the time being while other aspects of bilateral relations were being developed was now replaced by a commitment to seek an early political settlement. This had already been agreed upon during an earlier visit to Beijing by the then Indian Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, in 2003 when the Special Representatives mechanism was established to pursue this objective. The Political Parameters and Guiding Principles became the template for enabling an early settlement.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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