Chinese and Indian Strategic Behavior: Growing Power and by Dr George J. Gilboy, Dr Eric Heginbotham

By Dr George J. Gilboy, Dr Eric Heginbotham

This ebook deals an empirical comparability of chinese language and Indian foreign strategic habit. it's the first research of its style, filling a huge hole within the literature on emerging Indian and chinese language strength and American pursuits in Asia. The e-book creates a framework for the systematic and target overview of chinese language and Indian strategic habit in 4 components: (1) strategic tradition; (2) international coverage and use of strength; (3) army modernization (including security spending, army doctrine, and strength modernization); and (4) fiscal ideas (including overseas alternate and effort competition). The software of democratic peace thought in predicting chinese language and Indian habit can be tested. The findings problem many assumptions underpinning western expectancies of China and India. [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]

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S. Army War College, 2005). For similar views from former Clinton administration oicials, see Strobe Talbott, Engaging India: Diplomacy, Democracy and the Bomb (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 2004), 44–45. he notion of a “natural” tendency to United States-India alignment or even alliance is a recurring theme in recent American national security thinking. See Richard L. -India Relations (Washington, DC: Center for a New American Security, 2010). David C. Mumford, “US-India Relationship to Reach New Heights,” he Times of India, March 31, 2005; B.

V. S. 12 on Mon Oct 08 07:28:23 BST 2012. 003 Cambridge Books Online © Cambridge University Press, 2012 12 Chinese and Indian Strategic Behavior and Asia’s two rising powers is the breadth and depth of their common interests. Moreover, any short list of common interests between the United States and India has a great deal of overlap with a similar short list of common interests between the United States and China. All three countries oppose religious extremism and terrorism. All three support the continued deepening of global economic integration and trade liberalization.

Scholars and policy makers, China’s traditional political-military strategic culture, foreign policy, use of force, border settlement behavior, defense spending, military doctrine, force modernization programs, trade strategies, and pursuit of international energy resources have been singled out as particularly threatening or divergent from the strategic behavior of other states. S. interests. A second proposition is that India’s democratic values and institutions will reduce conlicts of interest with the United States in these areas, whereas the opposite is true of China’s authoritarian regime.

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