Análisis de las estrategias emprendidas en materia de política exterior de India en la década de los noventa y la incidencia que han tenido éstas en la construcción de un escenario de seguridad con China y Pakistán
TRI 0074 2011
Fonseca Hortúa, Catherine
India, China and Pakistan are part of a strategic security system. The constant and historical border tension, the lack of political dialogue between the units and the increasing arm race, are detonating factors of the crisis between these states, and have not let a real integration despite the considerable diplomatic, political and economic efforts. India has been looking to raise its power among South Asia as an influencing and manager of the bilateral relations with respect to its geographical catchment area, mainly during the 1990`s, but has faced historical tensions in border zones which are still unresolved. Additionally the nation has confronted a phenomenon that mitigates its action and execution capacity, which is terrorism and insurgency in the region. All of the above is analyzed under John J. Mearsheimer`s Offensive Realism Theory.