India-China Relationship: Between Geostrategic Rivalry and Economic Competition - Thursday April 20th / 18:00 - 20:00 / Onsite

Amira Zegrour Discussion

India-China Relationship: 
Between Geostrategic Rivalry and Economic Competition 

Room 601 - Conference - French Research Institute on Japan
Thursday April 20th / 18:00 - 20:00
Jean-François HUCHET (President of Inalco) 


Without ignoring the existence of multiple cooperation channels, or seeking to minimise the importance of considerable achievements realised in three decades of cooperation by the two governments towards normalising their relations, the relations between the two Asian giants remain hamstrung by a series of geostrategic and economic rivalries. Despite fast growth in trade and in specific areas of economic cooperation, Beijing-New Delhi ties do not yet amount to a veritable strategic partnership that has been announced on both sides of the Himalayas on many occasions. The Indo-Pacific strategy pursued by many countries in the region (with different meanings and objectives depending on the country) also contributes to hampering cooperation between China and India.

Moderator: Bernard THOMANN (FRIJ-MFJ) 

Organization: FRIJ-MFJ


This event will be held in the room 601 (6th floor) of the French Research Institute on Japan at the Maison franco-japonaise.

Participation is free but registration is required.
Please register via our website:
French Research Institute on Japan
at the Maison franco-japonaise (UMIFRE 19, MEAE-CNRS)
3-9-25, Ebisu, Shibuya-ku
150-0013 Tokyo