Chinese studies in India

Publication type Article
Status Published
Occupation: Professor, Senior researcher
Affiliation: Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences
Address: Moscow, Russian Federation
Journal nameProblemy Dalnego Vostoka
EditionIssue 5

For the first time in the Russian scientific literature, the main directions and features of Chinese research in India are considered. The reasons for the high activity of Indian sinologists are shown, and the leading centers of Chinese studies in the country are characterized. The main forms of research work are analyzed: regular weekly seminars, lectures, annual all-India conferences, special forums on China with the support of the K. Adenauer Foundation. The subjects of analytical notes and occasional reports, the magazine "China Report" are considered. The main Indian monographs on China published in recent years are presented. As a concrete example, we analyze the publications of one of the leading Indian sinologists, Srikanth Kondapalli, and his approach to Indian-Chinese relations. Insufficient attention of Indian scientists to Russian-Chinese relations has been revealed.

KeywordsIndia, China, research, institutions, forms, publications, Srikanth Kondapalli
Publication date07.11.2020
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