In the mode of the international system in South Asia, a pure monopolar mode dominated by India was presented. With China s rise, attention to the surrounding region and the promotion of regional influence, a single-polarization regional international system, once dominated by the Indian side, is changing. Minor and medium-sized countries such as Nepal play a certain role in the transformation of the system. The Sino-Indonesian relationship under the bipolar model of the geopolitical power structure can lead to a benign and stable peaceful coexistence path under the cogovernance mode of China and India.
2. The Structure of Geopolitical Power and the Transformation of the International System
3. Analysis of the Geopolitical Environment among the China-India-Nepal.
4. Special India-Nepal Relationship Before the Transition of Geopolitical Power Structure
5. The Trilateral relation among China-India-Nepal in the Transition of Geopolitical Power Structure
6. The “2 + 1” Cooperation under the Poles of Geopolitical Power Structure