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China as a Revisionist Power in Indo-Pacific and India’s Perception: A Power-Partner Contention

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  • January 01, 2021

    Research Fellow, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Dr. Jagannath Panda guest edited a Special Issue on ‘China, the US, and Major Power Competition in the Indo-Pacific’ for the Journal of Contemporary China, Volume 30, Issue 127, 2021. The issue has articles from the American, Japanese, Korean along with Indian (Dr. Panda's) scholars. It covers the China-US power rivalry and how China perceives the region of Indo-Pacific.

    Dr. Panda's article 'China as a Revisionist Power in Indo-Pacific and India's Perception: A Power-Partner Contention' argues that debate concerning China’s emergence as a revisionist power had taken a more direct shape under the Donald Trump administration in the United States. Such a debate is not as prevalent in India even though New Delhi began perceiving Beijing’s assertive rise long-ago with caution.

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