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The New Great Game : China and South and Central Asia in the Era of Reform

By: Fingar, Thomas.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Studies of the Walter H. Shorenstein Asi: Publisher: Redwood City : Stanford University Press, 2016Description: 1 online resource (360 p.).ISBN: 9780804797641.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The New Great Game : China and South and Central Asia in the Era of ReformDDC classification: 327.51054 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Contents -- Figures, Map, and Tables -- Acknowledgments -- Preface -- Contributors -- 1. China and South and Central Asia in the Era of Reform and Opening - Thomas Fingar -- 2. China's Goals in South Asia - Thomas Fingar -- 3. India's Relationships with the United States and China: Thinking Through the Strategic Triangle - S. Paul Kapur -- 4. India's Rise and China's Response - Hu Shisheng -- 5. Perception and Strategic Reality in India-China Relations - Srikanth Kondapalli -- 6. Sino-Pakistan Ties: Trust, Cooperation, and Consolidation - Syed Rifaat Hussain
7. Rebuilding Lifelines of Its Soft Underbelly: China Engages Its Southwest Frontiers - Swaran Singh -- 8. Central Asia in Chinese Strategic Thinking - Zhao Huasheng -- 9. China as a Balancer in South Asia: An Economic Perspective with Special Reference to Sri Lanka - Saman Kelegama -- 10. China and Central Asia - Sebastien Peyrouse -- 11. Managing Imperial Peripheries: Russia and China in Central Asia - Igor Torbakov -- 12. China and South Asia: The Economic Dimension - Vivek Arora, Hui Tong, and Cristina Constantinescu
13. China's Engagement with South and Central Asia: Patterns, Trends, and Themes - Thomas Fingar -- Index
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Intro -- Contents -- Figures, Map, and Tables -- Acknowledgments -- Preface -- Contributors -- 1. China and South and Central Asia in the Era of Reform and Opening - Thomas Fingar -- 2. China's Goals in South Asia - Thomas Fingar -- 3. India's Relationships with the United States and China: Thinking Through the Strategic Triangle - S. Paul Kapur -- 4. India's Rise and China's Response - Hu Shisheng -- 5. Perception and Strategic Reality in India-China Relations - Srikanth Kondapalli -- 6. Sino-Pakistan Ties: Trust, Cooperation, and Consolidation - Syed Rifaat Hussain

7. Rebuilding Lifelines of Its Soft Underbelly: China Engages Its Southwest Frontiers - Swaran Singh -- 8. Central Asia in Chinese Strategic Thinking - Zhao Huasheng -- 9. China as a Balancer in South Asia: An Economic Perspective with Special Reference to Sri Lanka - Saman Kelegama -- 10. China and Central Asia - Sebastien Peyrouse -- 11. Managing Imperial Peripheries: Russia and China in Central Asia - Igor Torbakov -- 12. China and South Asia: The Economic Dimension - Vivek Arora, Hui Tong, and Cristina Constantinescu

13. China's Engagement with South and Central Asia: Patterns, Trends, and Themes - Thomas Fingar -- Index

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Thomas Fingar is Shorenstein Distinguished Fellow in the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University. Previously, Fingar served concurrently as the first Deputy Director for National Intelligence and the Chairman of the National Intelligence Council. He is the author of Reducing Uncertainty: Intelligence Analysis and National Security (2011).

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