B. R. Deepak
B. R. Deepak is a Professor and the Chair at the Centre for Chinese and Southeast Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He was trained in Chinese studies at the Peking University, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and University of Edinburgh, UK. His recent publications include India’s China dilemma: The lost equilibrium and widening asymmetries (Pentagon 2021), India and China: Beyond the binary of friendship and enmity (Springer 2020). Two of his recent translations from Chinese to English and Hindi include, China and India: Dialogue of Civilizations (Pentagon 2021; Hindi edition, Prakashan Sansthan 2021), and The Four
Books by National Book Trust of India (2019).
Publications by B. R. Deepak
Three Decades of India’s Eastward Engagement: China’s Perceptions and Responses
Abstract: This issue brief looks into China’s perceptions and responses to India’s Act East Policy. It argues that China sees India’s Act East Policy in three phases – the first […]