China and India are good neighbors and partners, linked by mountains and rivers, and have a long history of friendly exchanges. The exchange of civilizations between the two countries has set a good example for global civilizational dialogue. Conflicts, confrontation, and friction have dominated Sino-Indian relations in recent years owing to the rise of the global right wing, and the risk of confrontation caused by a lack of political mutual trust between China and India has increased. The main reason is that, against the backdrop of the global right wing's sharp rise, the Indian right wing has promoted a steady rise in anti-China sentiment throughout the country, resulting in a steady decline in Sino-Indian relations. The ongoing deterioration of Sino-Indian relations, against the backdrop of an increasingly complicated international and domestic situation, is not conducive to China's peaceful development. To get Sino-Indian relations back on track, China must first correctly understand the situation of India's domestic right wing and then grasp the development of India's domestic situation over time. At the same time, it must firmly grasp the development direction of Sino-Indian relations and resolve contradictions and conflicts between China and India in a timely manner in order to maintain regional peace and stability as well as create a favorable environment for China's sustainable development.
1. Research questions
2. The formation, ideological origins, and evolution of the Indian right wing
3. The impact of the Indian right on Sino-Indian relations
4. Research findings