Patricia Uberoi | Sep 2016
This paper seeks to address three interrelated issues : realtionship between Track II and Track I levels of engagement, potentialities of sub-regional groupings and India's concer for OBOR from the standpoint of the of the BCIM initiative.
Jaya Kumari | Jun 2016
The paper is a report of the 11th Interethnic/Interfaith Leadership (IIL) Conference was held from 28th April 2016 till 1st May 2016 in Dharamshala, India.
Madhurima Nundy | Jun 2016
This paper looks at social unrest, resistances and growth of non-governmental organisations in the social sector arising from consequences of the reform agenda in the last three decades.
Tshering Chonzom | Sep 2015
The data more or less speaks for itself. It is clear that in the research focus of students, university faculty, analysts to think tanks, there is a lop-sided focus on Tibet related issues.
Jabin T Jacob | May 2015
By keeping out scholars trying to learn more about India, New Delhi also loses a chance of influencing them and if anything, solidifies negative opinions or misperceptions about India.
Jabin T Jacob | Apr 2015
With Myanmar’s second general elections now due in late 2015, it is important to examine what impact Myanmar’s transition to electoral ‘democracy’ has for China and how China itself might seek to act in response to that transition.
Patricia Uberoi | Nov 2014
The BCIM Forum for Regional Economic Cooperation, earlier known as the ‘Kunming Initiative’, was founded in 1999 with the objective of promoting trade and economic development in the sub-region stretching from south west China to eastern India..
Jabin T Jacob | Oct 2014
Even without their rising world profiles as a starting point, it has long been a common enough exercise to compare and contrast India and China at various stages since the end of the Second World War.
P K Anand | Sep 2014
In the late 1980s and early 1990s under the forces of Globalization, Liberalization and Privatization, sustained changes were brought in the patterns of economic production and distribution.
Samir Sharma | Aug 2014
The proposed BCIM EC can be seen as an opportunity for India to develop the regions of Northeast as well as those areas located in North Bengal (NB).
Seemi Zafar | Jul 2014
The imposition of new economic reforms were based on the dominant argument of inefficiency of public health systems, which was imagined to be alleviated through a decisive role of the market – to enhance both equity and efficiency.
Samir Sharma | Jun 2014
China defines itself as a ‘unitary multi-national state’ while the Indian Constitution declares that India is a ‘Union of States’. This philosophy behind such a framing is crucial for our understanding of minorities and autonomy.
Sreemati Chakrabarti | Mar 2014
The PRC’s achievements in basic education, in comparison with most developing countries, have not been disputed. At Liberation in 1949 the literacy rate was less than twenty percent and by the turn of the century it reached eighty-five percent.
Kishan S Rana | Feb 2014
What are the key characteristics of the diplomacy of India and China? To what extent is diplomatic capacity an issue in the management of a country’s foreign policy?
Aprajita Sarcar | Jan 2014
The first and foremost linkage between the need for philanthropy in both countries comes from the scenarios of underdevelopment in both countries. Even as the most populous nations are set to compete with each other over development and population indices
Sriram Natarajan | Dec 2013
The ‘Agrarian Question’ in China is still in a process of unfolding after undergoing two major transitions one in the middle of the twentieth century (socialization) and another in the early 1980s (reforms).
Madhurima Nundy and Rama V Baru | Dec 2013
Several scholars have commented on the content and process of reform as encompassing both developed and developing countries and acknowledge that it is a global process informed by the principles of new public management (NPM).
Jabin T Jacob | Nov 2013
As Asia’s two most important powers and as neighbours, relations between China and India at their borders are just as important as their bilateral relations in other dimensions.
Patricia Uberoi | Nov 2013
The BCIM is an activity that is manifestly consistent with India’s Look-East Policy (LEP) and also with the long-term demand of India’s North Eastern Region (NER) for the opening of trade, connectivity and people-to-people contacts...
Aravind Yelery | Jul 2013
The Chinese manufacturing industry played a dynamic role in expanding limits of its geoeconomics. The trade relations and the economics behind it proved crucial to ascertain China’s global rise.