China Factor in India-Vietnam Relations (1991–2019)

Dr Tilottama Mukherjee

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This book is an effort to comprehensively analyse the importance of the China factor in studying the evolution of India-Vietnam relations over the decades. The author argues that the multi-faceted India-Vietnam relations, which have been moulded by historical, cultural, diplomatic and geo-strategic factors, cannot be studied in isolation, without understanding how it has been influenced by their common perception of the ‘China threat’. It is in this context that the book analyses the complex political, economic, strategic and cultural interactions between China, India and Vietnam in the Cold War period and subsequently in the post-Cold War years, from 1991 to 2019. The work should attract the attention of scholars and practitioners of international relations.

Dr Tilottama Mukherjee is Assistant Professor and Head of the Department of Political Science, Syamaprasad College (affiliated to the University of Calcutta), Kolkata, India. She is a Member of the Governing Body of Vijaygarh Jyotish Ray College (affiliated to the University of Calcutta), Kolkata.

Contents

List of Tables

Acknowledgements

List of Abbreviations

1. India’s Relations with Vietnam in the Cold War Years and the China Factor
2. India-Vietnam Economic Relations and China
3. China and the Politics of India-Vietnam Relations
4. The Emerging Strategic Partnership between India and Vietnam and the Chinese Response4
5. India-Vietnam Cultural Relations and China: Complex Interactions
6. Recent Developments in India-Vietnam-China Relations
7. Conclusion

Bibliography

Appendices

 

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