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Studies on Sino-Indian Relation in Asia Regionalization

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The concurrent regional cooperation in Asia is going on in a strong trend. China and India, the two Asian giants, are actively participating in the process, both playing important roles. The two are the two most populous countries and fastest growing major economies in the world. Through the resultant growths, their political and economic influence has increased the significance of the bi-lateral relationship. However, following Prof. Samuel Huntington’s paradigm of “Clash of Civilizations” in 1996, Dr. Daniel Twining, a British scholar, in 2005 negatively predicated that economically Asian nations may go together, but socially and politically shall still be divided from each other (Twining, 2005). The Asian regional unification course requires not only economic integration, but also political and social cooperation and coordination. India and China have had relations for more than 2000 years, but the modern relationship still reflects complexity. In the paper, the Sino-India relationship shall be studied in ranges of economics, cultures and ideologies in frame of the Asia regionalization.

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Chaocheng, Y. and Likun, C. (2015) Studies on Sino-Indian Relation in Asia Regionalization. Chinese Studies, 4, 110-115. doi: 10.4236/chnstd.2015.44016.

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