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Look Beyond the Sino–Indian Border Dispute

Xuecheng, Liu Anand, Dibyesh (Editor)

China Report, May 2011, Vol.47(2), pp.147-158 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Look Beyond the Sino–Indian Border Dispute
  • Autor: Xuecheng, Liu
  • Anand, Dibyesh (Editor)
  • Assuntos: History & Archaeology
  • É parte de: China Report, May 2011, Vol.47(2), pp.147-158
  • Descrição: Since the 1950s, the border dispute has shadowed the ebb and flow of Sino–Indian relations. The Chinese and Indian governments have attempted to resolve the border dispute through diplomatic negotiations which have generated several meaningful documents. But the basic position of both the countries on the border dispute remains unchanged. Both sides have agreed to press ahead with the frame-work negotiations in accordance with the agreed political parameters and guiding principles so as to seek a fair and reasonable solution acceptable to them. Prior to that, both sides have agreed to work together to maintain peace and tranquillity in the border areas. While we are cautiously optimistic about the steady improvement of the bilateral relations between the two rising Asian giants, we are increasingly concerned about the consequences of their geopolitical rhetoric and strategic suspicion originating primarily from the unresolved border dispute. Their political leaders should understand and respect each other’s core national interests and major concerns, properly handle their differences, and seek common development and a win-win situation. A good China–India relationship makes both winners while a confrontational one makes both losers.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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