There have been significant changes in India – China relations, since the end of the Cold War. Some of these changes are explained below:
a. Both China and India viewed themselves as a rising power.
b. Both countries wanted to play a major role in the Asian economy and politics.
c. The relations between them had become of economic and strategic importance.
Britain’s former Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher kept the UK out of the European market. This was due to the following reasons:
a. Britain was the partner of America in the invasion against Iraq.
b. There was a deep-seated 'Euroskepticism' in some parts of Europe regarding the European Union's integration agenda.
c. Most of the new members of the European Union were a part of the US-led coalition of the willing. This policy was opposed by France and Germany.
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