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    Title: 冷戰後中國 : 印度關係之研究
    Other Titles: Research on China-India relations after cold war
    Authors: 廖建興;Liao, Chien-shing
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士在職專班
    王高成;Wang, Kao-cheng
    Keywords: 和平共處五原則;麥克馬洪線;平衡外交;東向政策;珍珠鏈戰略;Panchsell;McMahon Line;Diplomatic Balance;Eastward Development Policy;Stream of Pearl Strategy
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:37:42 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 中共與印度曾都是不結盟國家的領導者,但1962年的邊界戰爭完全改變了原有的關係。冷戰後因為雙方國力發展的需要,不斷的透過高層互訪尋求改善,重申通過去平等協商,公正合理的「和平共處五原則」以及雙方都能接受的邊界問題解決方案。同時,印度也首度承認「西藏自治區」是中共領土的一部分,中共也承認錫金主權屬印度所有,並逐步發展出以經貿、文化、科技為主軸的合作關係。
    China and India were once the leaders of the “Non-Allied Countries” until the border conflict, which took place in 1962, changed the relationship between two countries. However, due to the necessity of developing national power post Cold War, both China and India had continuously exploit the opportunities to improve the relationship between two countries by high official visits to each other, reclaim the “Panchshell” and a peaceful resolution of the border issue. India took the initiative by recognizing Tibet Autonomous Region is part of China’s territory. China on the other hand, recognized Sikkim belongs to India. Both countries gradually built a cooperative relationship focus on economy, culture and technology exchange.
    The Bi-Polar sovereignty vanished with corruption of Soviet Union. The Multi-Polar region hegemony rose with the common diplomatic concern: striving for the dominance in South Asia and block other side to become regional hegemony. On one hand, these two countries tried to maintain harmonic relationship through diplomatic interaction, economic and military cooperation. On the other hand, they are fighting over issues concerning Indian Ocean, Pakistan and energy resource. The cooperation and competition between these two countries had various impacts on other countries like United States, Russia and Japan.
    The intent of the research is to increase the readers’ understanding of how relationship between China and India might affect the security of Asia-Pacific region. By implementing analysis of archives and studies of geopolitics and history, conclusion can be drawn to indicate the possible interactive pattern and relations of these two countries.
    Appears in Collections:[國際事務與戰略研究所] 學位論文

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