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The Rise of India and China: Social, Economic and Environmental Impacts

Sridhar, Kala S
Jingfeng, Li
Routledge India
2020

Divided Lands, Phantom Limbs: Partition in the Indian Subcontinent, Palestine, China, and Korea

Greenberg, Jonathan D.
Journal of International Affairs Editorial Board
2004

Partition gave China more strategic space in Asia, says S Jaishankar in his upcoming book

Press Trust of India
Firstpost
2020

How China gained from Partition

Mohan, C. Raja
The Indian Express
2017

Who’s responsible for India’s partition?

Author(s): 
Uday Balakrishnan
Publisher/Sponsor: 
BusinessLine
https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/opinion/columns/uday-balakrishnan/whos-responsible-for-indias-partition/article24049024.ece

Exploring the China-India Relationship Roundtable Report

Author(s): 
Julia M. Rosenfield
Publisher/Sponsor: 
CNA Analysis & Report
https://www.cna.org/CNA_files/PDF/D0023594.A1.pdf

"With the 60th anniversary of the establishment of formal diplomatic ties between the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of India taking place in the spring of 2010, the time was right to further explore the China-India relationship. On July 29, 2010, CNA China Studies hosted a half-day roundtable to discuss this important topic. Participants, who included analysts from various think-tanks in Washington, DC, were asked to address the following issues:
 India’s perspective on the China-India relationship
 China’s perspective on the China-India relationship

Special Section on ‘India–China Relations in the Early 20th Century

Author(s): 
Madhavi Thampi
Publisher/Sponsor: 
China Report
https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0009445514542394

China + India: The Power of Two

Author(s): 
Madhavi Thampi
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Harvard Business Review
https://hbr.org/2007/12/china-india-the-power-of-two

"China and India are burying the hatchet after four-plus decades of hostility. A few companies from both nations have been quick to gain competitive advantages by viewing the two as symbiotic. If Western corporations fail to do the same, they will lose their competitive edge—and not just in China and India but globally.

India and China: Conflict and Cooperation

Author(s): 
David M. Malone
Rohan Mukherjee
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Survival
https://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/docs/default-source/faculty-publications/india_and_china_conflict_and_cooperation.pdf?sfvrsn=14c2930b_0

India vs China: Why They Are Not Friends

Kanti Bajpai
Juggernaut
2021

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