This book addresses the compulsions that underlie the China's relations with India and South Korea- both increasingly mutually dependent on China for markets, trade, investments, technology, tourism, etc. It inquires into two sets of regional relationships, with China being the common linking factor. While examining the generational change in the leadership of China, India and South Korea, this study will be a significant addition to the evolving sphere of comparative regional relations.�
P. R. Chari is Visiting Professor, Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, New Delhi. Vyjayanti Raghavan is Professor and Head of Department, Korean Language & Culture Studies, Centre for Japanese, Korean & North East Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
Acknowledgements. Chapter 1. Introduction. Chapter 2. China's Rise: How Imminent, How Real? Chapter 3. Will China's `Peaceful Rise' be Peaceful? Chapter 4. India's Uncertain Rise. Chapter 5. Sino-Indian Relations. Chapter 6. Sino-Indian Strategic Interactions. Chapter 7. Sino-South Korean Relations. Chapter 8. China's Rise, Korea's Concern. Chapter 9. Conclusions. Appendix. About the Authors. Index.