CHINA-INDIA NEW INTRICACIES: RIVALRY AND COOPERATION IN A NEW CHANGING GLOBAL CONTEXT

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Buddhi Prasad Sharma

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At the changing geopolitical landscape with the Covid-19 pandemic scenario, the China-India tussle and scale of regional and global exposition has begun to display with certain consequences, which seems to shake the existing regional balance of power. A mounting political and military confrontation between these two powers as experts suggested could create a hurdle on regional-global stability and can strike on the path of globalization. With historical and existing context analysis, this paper explores that putting genuine differences aside, China and India being responsible stakeholders of the global community, can cooperate and contribute to regional and global peace and prosperity. This paper is based on qualitative research and explorative form in a pattern. This paper concludes that to reduce protracted political and border-related tensions, continuous institutional dialogue, regular communication, and formal-informal exchanges could be effective tools for a peaceful resolution. At this juncture, the competition and cooperation approach could be useful for fostering China-India bilateral relations, and this situation will help to address common challenges of the global community, restructure the global order, and re-adjust regional and global scenarios crippled by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Sharma, B. P. . (2021). CHINA-INDIA NEW INTRICACIES: RIVALRY AND COOPERATION IN A NEW CHANGING GLOBAL CONTEXT. Journal of Liberty and International Affairs, 7(3), 280-298. https://doi.org/10.47305/JLIA2137280sh
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Buddhi Prasad Sharma, Leshan Normal University - China; Center for Trans-Himalaya Studies (CTHS), Leshan city, Sichuan Province - China

Dr. Buddhi Prasad Sharma has completed PhD in International Communication from Communication University of China, Beijing. And currently is working at Leshan Normal University as an Associate Professor and Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Trans-Himalaya Studies (CTHS). Dr. Sharma has two Master's degrees: First is in Conflict, Peace, and Development Studies and another is in Mass Communication and Journalism. Dr. Sharma has been involving in research works related to China-South Asia, Nepal-China-India, BRI, BRICS, International Communication/media studies, Peace and Security, etc. Dr. Sharma has a long experience in university teaching, the journalism sector, and academic research. He published many research papers and articles in journals and newspapers. He deliberately discusses with various media segments on regional and global issues.

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