Arunachal Pradesh: A Crux of Sino-Indian Rivalry

Arunachal Pradesh: A Crux of Sino-Indian Rivalry

by Jeffrey Reeves

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Few bilateral relationships have the potential to transform geopolitics like that between China and India. The two states' policies directly affect a collective 2.5 billion individuals, or one-fifth of the world's population, and influence Asia's overall stability and development. China and India are projected to be the world's first and third largest economies by 2025, respectively. Cooperation and/or competition between the states will, therefore, shape the regional and global systems for the medium to long terms.

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Dr. Jeffrey Reeves is currently Director of the Chinese Studies Center and Director for Culture and Conflict Studies at the Center for Advanced Defense Studies in Washington, DC. Before assuming this position, Dr. Reeves worked as Director of Conflict Studies at Veratect Corporation and was a researcher with the London School of Economics' Asia Research Center. Dr. Reeves has extensive experience working with political and social development in Asia with the United Nations and as a Peace Corps volunteer. Dr. Reeves received his PhD from the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2010.

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