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Modern China – Myanmar Relations

Modern China

The definitive reference work on China—Myanmar relations

This volume examines the changing relations between China and Burma/ Myanmar since Burmese independence in 1948 and proclamation of the People’s Republic of China the following year.
Drawing on hitherto unavailable Chinese sources, it documents the negotiations and settlement of outstanding issues such as the border demarcation, the Chinese Nationalist forces in Burma, the status of the overseas Chinese residents, and the Burma Communist Party. It also documents the Sino-Burmese riots of 1967 and later improvement of relations, culminating in the close bilateral association that has existed since 1988-89.
As such, the study analyses in detail Myanmar’s changing role in Chinese strategy, concentrating on trade and investment relations, oil, gas, hydroelectric power, natural resources and improved transportation. It outlines military cooperation, narcotics control and migration while emphasizing Indian and ASEAN concerns and responses.
The volume also outlines a set of policy dilemma facing the central and provincial Chinese authorities, the Myanmar government, and Burmese ethnic minorities, while analysing dilemmas for the United States, India, ASEAN, and Japan in responding to the changing but interdependent Sino-Burmese relationship.

David I. Steinberg is Distinguished Professor of Asian Studies at the School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University. He has had a distinguished professional career and published extensively on Myanmar Burma, the Koreas and the wider Asian scene. Hongwei Fan is a frequent visitor to Burma and an associate professor at the Research School of Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University. He has long studied and written on relations between the two centuries.


Title: Modern China – Myanmar Relations
Dilemmas of Mutual Dependence
Author: David I. Steinberg and Hongwei Fan
Publisher: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS Press)
ISBN: 9788776940966(PB)
Year: 2012
Pages: 480
Price: RM 100.00 (PB)/ SIN$ 70.10 (PB)*
*excluding postage charges

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