UNDERSTANDING CHINA'S AND INDIA'S RESPONSE TO RAKHINE STATE: FROM A SOUTHEAST ASIAN RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT PERSPECTIVE


Jayshree Borah
PhD Scholar, Shanghai International Studies University
Abstract
How do the countries involved view China’s humanitarian assistance policies Is the humanitarian assistance provided by China sufficient to classify it as a responsible global power, which may or may not adhere to the Western definition of responsible power. The ongoing humanitarian disaster in Myanmar, the Rohingya Crisis, has once again prompted many academics to question China’s role as a responsible force in the international community. However, most of the time, when criticising China’s attitude on the problem, it has been done from a single point of view. Furthermore, owing of the intense concentration on global institutes, state to state ties have frequently taken a back seat. Myanmar has always been a component of China’s tangential diplomacy programme. In 2014, China assisted disaster-affected individuals in Myanmar, offered mediation efforts to Myanmar’s peace process, and urged Chinese firms to be more community-minded in the country. These diplomatic efforts and humanitarian intervention these diplomatic efforts and humanitarian intervention have been overlooked by the international community. Is it possible to refer to humanitarian assistance as a type of responsibility. Is military intervention or development assistance more effective. The paper tries to question whether a Southeast Asian perspective on R2P is possible. Whether India’s and China’s action could regard as a responsible response.
Keywords: Humanitarian Intervention, South East Asia, Responsibility to Protect, China, India, Myanmar, Rakhine
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

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Published on : 2021-12-17

Vol : 7
Issue : 12
Month : December
Year : 2021
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