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South Asian Studies
Translated from the Chinese edition
Supervisor(s):Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Sponsor(s):National Institute of International Strategy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (NIIS CASS); Chinese Assoctation for South Asian Studies

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  • South Asian Studies is supervised by Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and sponsored by National Institute of International Strategy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Chinese Association for South Asian Studies. It is a comprehensive academic journal with researches on politics, economics, religion, philosophy, culture, arts, ethnics, history about South Asian countries. This journal aims to include South Asian studies results, promote academic exchanges, disseminate knowledge about South Asia, and promote culture exchanges between China and South Asian countries. The scope of this journal covers the policy and economy, social culture and international relations in South Asia. The journal is included in CSSCI.

  • Editor-in-Chief
    Li Xiangyang

    Deputy Editor-in-Chief
    Wang Bangwei, Liu Shuxiong, Liu Jian, Ye Hailin, Mao Yue

    Editorial Board
    Wang Bangwei, Mao Yue, Wen Fude, Ye Hailin, Lv Zhaoyi, Ren Jia, Zhu Zhongming, Liu Jian, Liu Shuxiong,Sun Shihai, Li Xiangyang,

The impact of trade facilitation on China-Pakistan trade efficiency against the background of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

GAO Zhigang;TIAN Feng

South Asian Studies,2019,No. 02

Hubris and bias? The international response to Myanmar’s “Rohingya” issue

ZHONG Mei;LU Guangsheng

South Asian Studies,2019,No. 02

An analysis of the impacts of India’s entrance into the Shanghai Cooperation Organization: a regional public goods perspective

CHEN Xiaoqin;LI Chen

South Asian Studies,2019,No. 02

Balancing China? An assessment of the fluctuating influence of China, the United States, Japan, and India in Myanmar (2010–2018)


South Asian Studies,2019,No. 02

Domestic Indian political actors and their influence on territorial disputes: the case of the India-Bangladesh land boundary dispute

TONG Yutao

South Asian Studies,2019,No. 02