Communist China’s Foreign Policy towards South Asian Region during the Cold War and Post-Cold War Era
Keywords:China, Cold War, Foreign Policy, South Asia
This paper analyzes the foreign policy of Communist China towards Capitalist South Asia via analyzing the PRC’s foreign policy towards two central states of South Asia, i-e. India and Pakistan. While China is one of the oldest civilizations in the world. Traditionally, it has had good and bad relationships with the Subcontinent of India, which was later divided into two states, India and Pakistan. From the beginning, all these states (PRC, India, and Pakistan) have some territorial issues. China and Pakistan resolved these issues and have friendly relationships with each other. But India and china still have unresolved territorial issues. These territorial issues made china the important part of the politics of South Asia. The analysis of secondary data and interviews of diplomats and policymakers are used in this research. So, China is not the only factor in the politics of South Asia; the USA also has a special bond with this region. For this research, analytical and descriptive research used.
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