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Russia-India-China
Evolution of Geo-Political Strategic Trends
Nivedita Das Kundu  (ED.)
Hard-bound Book (6Ό" x 9Ό") :   Pages : 118
2010  Edition   :  ISBN - 978-81-7188-782-8
Price : INR 595 / US $ 35.95
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ABOUT THE BOOK :

The idea of trilateral cooperation between Russia-India-China, launched in the 1990s, has been growing from strength-to-strength. The track one and half dialogue, which began with the meeting of the Foreign Ministers, culminated at the gathering of the heads of states of the three countries. Since 2001, experts, scholars and diplomats have met to demarcate areas of collaboration in various sectors. Trade and economic sector and energy security are the vital area for cooperation as all the three countries have registered the fastest growth rates in the world. They are equally concerned with issues of disarmament and non-proliferation. Conscious of the damage being caused to natural resources, Russia, India and China have sought to address the issue of restoring the environment and tackling climate change.

While there are differences among these three countries, the areas where their interests converge are several. They hold similar views on multilateralism, giving primacy of place to a multi-polar world order, the need to democratise international relations and develop a just international system. They hold similar perspectives on the emerging threat of terrorism, the importance of promoting the regional cooperative mechanism to address the problems faced by the region, the challenges posed by globalisation, as well as new threats like the current financial crisis that have effected them to some degree or other.


ABOUT THE EDITOR:

 

Dr. Nivedita Das Kundu, is a Research Fellow, at the Indian Council of World Affairs. Earlier she worked as an Associate Fellow with the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses. She has received her Doctorate from School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Her research interest includes: geopolitical and strategic dimensions of security with the focus on Russia and the former Soviet States, India’s strategic neighbourhood and multilateral organisations like SCO, BRIC and NATO. She has contributed widely on these research areas nationally and internationally. She has authored a book Russia and it’s Near Abroad: Strategic Dynamics and Implications and recently edited a book called India-Russia Strategic Partnership: Challenges and Prospects. She has published articles in various national and international journals, edited books, newspapers and in websites. She has also written Policy Briefs and Occasional Papers on her subject of expertise. She is also a recipient of number of prestigious national as well as international fellowships.

   

CONTENTS IN DETAIL :

 

About the Editor/Contributors

Preface

Introduction
— Nivedita Das Kundu

RIC Trilateral Engagement

1. Russia-India-China: Trilateral Engagement
— N. Ravi

2. Russia-India-China Trilateral Cooperation and Its Prospect
— Zao Xidi

3. Troika: The Trilateral Cooperation of Russia, India and China
— Konstantin Vasilievich Vnukov

4. Russia-India-China: The Possible Trilateral Cooperation
— Dinesh K. Jain

International Situation

5. Six Propositions About World Order and the Role of Russia, India and China
— Siddharth Varadarajan

6. Russia-India-China: Trilateral Relations under the Present International Situation — Wang Chugui

7. Present International Situation: Some View Points
— Qi Zhenhong

Economic Cooperation

8. Russia-India-China: Trilateral Cooperation for Economic Development
— Vladimir Ya Portyakov

9. Russia-India-China Economic Cooperation in the Context of World Economy — Zao Xidi

10. World Economy and Globalisation
— Evgeny Bobrov

11. Russia-India-China Economic Cooperation
— Rong Ying

Climate Change

12. China's Intervention on Climate Change
— Yu Qingtai

13. Possibilities of Russia-India-China Cooperation in Ecological Sphere
— Tatiana Sahumian

14. China's Climate Change Policy: Actions and Responsibilities
— Wang Rubin

Conclusion
— Nivedita Das Kundu

Index

   

CONTRIBUTORS:

Evgeny Bobrov, Senior Counsellor, Department of Economic Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Russia.

Wang Chugui, Special Researcher, China Institute of International Studies, China.

Dinesh K. Jain, Additional Secretary (Policy Planning & Research), Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi.

Vladimir Ya Portyakov, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Moscow, Russia.

Yu Qingtai, Ambassador, Treaty and Law Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China.

N. Ravi, Secretary (East), Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi, India.

Wang Rubin, Research Assistant, China Institute of International Studies.

Tatiana Sahumian, Head of the Centre for Indian Studies in the Institute for Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow.

Siddharth Varadarajan, Deputy Editor, The Hindu, New Delhi, India.

Konstantin Vasilievich Vnukov, Director, First Asia Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Moscow, Russia.

Zao Xidi, Ambassador, Department of East Europe and Central Asia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China.

Rong Ying, Director, South Asia Studies Centre, China Institute of International Studies.

Qi Zhenhong, Counsellor, Policy Research Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China.

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