Реконструкция китайско-индийских отношений: анализ с точки зрения стратегий
(Стр. 113-124)

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Ван Вэйминь доктор наук, профессор, директор Института правительственного управления
Институт правительственного управления Шанхайского университета политики и права
Шанхай, Китай Ван Вэньцзя постдокторант; научный сотрудник
Институт управления глобальной безопасностью Шанхайского университета политики и права
Шанхай, Китай
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Аннотация:
В последнее время китайско-индийские отношения ошеломили мир резким переходом от состояния стратегических партнеров к стратегическим антагонистам, что иногда приводит к сценарию войны. Такое резкое изменение сопровождается и резким изменением в понимании Индией Китая. В данном исследовании предпринята попытка исследовать большие дебаты в индийском стратегическом круге по поводу экономического подъема Китая путем анализа и интерпретации соответствующих открытых архивов и риторики в отношении Китая. Кроме того, в данном исследовании рассматриваются три точки зрения на Индию в китайском стратегическом круге. Основываясь на сравнении этих стратегических школ в обеих странах, предлагаются политические рекомендации, которые могут позволить двум соседним державам избежать геополитической конфронтации и снизить потенциальные риски, связанные с военным конфликтом.
Образец цитирования:
Ван В.., Ван В.., (2022), РЕКОНСТРУКЦИЯ КИТАЙСКО-ИНДИЙСКИХ ОТНОШЕНИЙ: АНАЛИЗ С ТОЧКИ ЗРЕНИЯ СТРАТЕГИЙ. Социально-политические науки, 3: 113-124. DOI: 10.33693/2223-0092-2022-12-3-113-124
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Ключевые слова:
стратегические интересы Индии, стратегические дебаты, китайская стратегия, стратегические интересы Китая, индо-китайские отношения.