China-india standoff has compelled us to regard india as a serious rival during the dong lang [or doklam] confrontation, it became very clear to everyone – from ordinary chinese to foreign policy experts – china must reckon india to be its second biggest rival and that china needs to re-assess. The doklam template was one of mutual respect between bhutan and india and that needs emulation in all aspects of india's dealings with the countries in the region it is clear that the chinese military is not the only threat india needs to watch out for in south asia china's meticulous and bullish economic. America needs to better understand china, engage with china's people and leaders, align its interests with china, negotiate quietly behind the while china and india may pose an economic threat to the unprepared, they also represent one of the greatest economic opportunities america will ever see. China has realised that india holds great potential and if it is able to tap it effectively, it could emerge as a major threat to china. China and india as new innovation power houses – threat or opportunity #2 sweden's posifion in the global economy – christian ketels #1 internafionalizafion competence of smes china and india as they are the two new and leading innovation powerhouses they are emerging among the main destinations for. If anything, one of the key lessons of doklam is that the government needs to take a look at the strategic dominance of chinese companies in key areas of the indian economy, including sensitive areas like communication here is just one example: the government is so concerned about foreign ownership. Modi's administration, though, has dug in its heels and said that the chinese road activity in the region near the borders of india, bhutan and china was a threat to the security of its own northeast region china has repeatedly warned of an escalation if india did not order its troops back the state-controlled. South china sea dispute- looming threat for india by catr it is also of significant economic and political importance to south asian countries including india china, vietnam, brunei, the philippines, malaysia and taiwan are all making competing claims in the disputed region of this sea.
Many analysts see a stronger us relationship with india as part of a longer-term effort to check china's influence in asia india's leaders have dismissed suggestions their country should be part of any us containment strategy toward china and have cited the importance of booming economic ties with china but officials. China-pakistan economic corridor (cpec) will probably act as a game changer for both the nations but india has strongly opposed the proposed corridor as it might pose a threat to the security of the nation. Still, analysts say it will be years before china can pose a credible threat to india in the indian ocean “simple geography gives india a china's navy needs to enter the indian ocean through narrow choke points like the malacca strait that runs between indonesia and malaysia indian surveillance planes.
Communist party is determined computer industry, china's economy is a lot more advanced furthermore, the centrally controlled government of china can make bold policy decisions without having to consult and electorate, as in india china's communist party is determined to keep decisions without having to consult. India is the world's fourth-largest economy it produced $94 trillion in goods and services in 2017 but it has a long way to go to beat the top three: china ($231 trillion), the european union ($199 trillion) and the united states ($174 trillion) india has had rapid growth despite the great recession it grew. As a rising power, china is determined to have an independent say in the economic, political, and security order around her and in the world suck india into confrontation, thus establishing pakistan's utility to those who feel the need to balance india's rise (including china, the united states, and others. The multi-billion china-pakistan economic corridor (cpec) project in gwadar port off the coast in pakistan could be under threat if a catastrophe strikes the region, according to india is already against the cpec project since it passes through the disputed pakistan occupied kashmir (pok) region.
History proves threats don't work: why india-china should focus on trade not tirade this raises a pertinent question whether new delhi should really clamp down on chinese imports to put economic pressure for any meaningful dialogue with beijing history what needs to be done if india wants to. India must take stock, and chart out a course, synergising diplomatic, military, economic and information operations, lest we come to a future situation of capitulation like the us focus on “af-pak”, we need to focus on “china-pak” as a combined threat to india that may be manipulated more and more in the future by beijing.
It is evident that india and china are vying for the top spot in the race of development hence the competition is natural despite the huge economy of china, it still has a lot to achieve and us and russia being the two established military powers, it constantly needs to update its military to increase its influence increasing. China's and india's challenge to latin america : opportunity or threat cb academic peer review china's and india's fast economic growth since 1990 is paralleled only by their growing presence in policy discussions throughout the latin america and the caribbean (lac) region the success of these asian countries is. A useful guide to people thinking about economics and the economy the wrong way is when they start to think that some other place growing their economy is a threat rather than an opportunity so it is with a chinese think tank deciding that india's likely economic growth into the future poses a problem for. Beijing has used its comprehensive economic and military capability to enhance its footprint in india's neighbourhood, including in bangladesh, and most recently the maldives most of these states have become heavily dependent on china rather than india for their economic and military needs — partly.
Uniting to fight for a common cause is a great way to initiate a mutually advantageous india-china collaboration our biggest and most dangerous threat right now is air pollution, adversely affecting both delhi and beijing, and putting citizens' lives at serious risk there needs to be a cross-border task force.
If indian companies, partners and states decide to let the chinese companies continue investments in qualified sectors, the regulatory mechanism needs to be standardised and strengthened to avoid conflicts and potential business hazards on the economic front, threats may not come overtly but it could. “if he strikes me once, it is his fault if he strikes me again, it is my fault” chinese saying (anonymous) introduction the people's republic of china (prc) has the largest population in the world, the fastest growing economy in the world, the largest army in the world, the largest middle class in the world. Premier li keqiang has identified the china-pakistan economic corridor (cpec) as the initiative's “flagship project southern (dis)comfort series aims to take yet another step into the gloom by showing how china's grand schemes, pakistan's agenda, and india's threat perceptions are, in combination.