China, India, and ASEAN are generally committed to preventing hegemonism in Asia, regardless of whether it is internally or externally generated. Such a convergence of strategic interests in the first decade of the new millennium augurs well for trilateral cooperation in many areas including the political, economic, and security dimensions. The book argues that there are good indications that such cooperation has already begun. Indeed, Chinese as well as Indian leaders have made concerted efforts not only to widen and deepen their economic interaction beyond political issues but also to seek out new avenues of potential cooperation in Asia and elsewhere.
|Date of Publication:||2012-04-01|
|Genre:||Political Science | Geopolitics|