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Publicado: 2023-06-10

Las relaciones India-China a dos años de los incidentes de Galwan: territorialidad, rivalidad y competencia

Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Unidad Cuajimalpa/Departamento de Humanidades "
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Mario González Castañeda

Mario González Castañeda es internacionalista de formación; maestro y doctor en Estudios de Asia y África, área: Sur de Asia, por el Centro de Estudios de Asia y África (CEAA), El Colegio de México. Actualmente, es investigador independiente y ha sido profesor-investigador de tiempo completo e invitado en universidades públicas y privadas. Cuenta con varias estancias de investigación: en la Jawaharlal Nehru University, India (2006-2007); en el Graduate Institute of International Studies, Suiza (2007); en la UAM-Cuajimalpa (2016, 2017). Su más reciente libro se titula: “Las relaciones India-China: el (re)encuentro de dos sistemas en la Posguerra Fría”, editado por el CEAA-El Colegio de México.

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En este texto se revisa el estado de las relaciones India-China después de los incidentes ocurridos en Galwan. El enfrentamiento ha evidenciado no sólo la complejidad de la relación, particularmente en los aspectos comercial y de defensa, sino también que la irresolución del diferendo fronterizo persiste en ser uno de los principales catalizadores de la dinámica bilateral. Se observa que India ha empleado su participación en la plataforma de Diálogo de Seguridad Cuadrilateral como un instrumento para incidir en la relación con China. Finalmente, se evidencia el inicio de un conflicto comercial por el déficit en la balanza comercial de India con China.

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González Castañeda, Mario. 2023. "Las Relaciones India-China a Dos años De Los Incidentes De Galwan: Territorialidad, Rivalidad Y Competencia". Anuario Asia Pacífico El Colegio de México. México, MX, 1-29. https://doi.org/10.24201/aap.2023.369

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