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AuthorEekelen, Willem Frederik van. author
TitleIndian Foreign Policy and the Border Dispute with China [electronic resource] / by Willem Frederik van Eekelen
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1964
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Descript 220 p. online resource


I. The policy of non-alignment -- The Indian case -- II. Sino-Indian relations prior to 1954 -- Tibet -- The conference at Simla -- Indian nationalism and China -- Independent India -- Communism in India -- China invades Tibet -- The search for a new relationship -- III. Five principles of peaceful coexistence -- IV. Panchsheel and Afro-Asian cooperation -- The Bandung conference -- V. Indiaโ{128}{153}s position in international conflict -- Junagadh and Hyderabad -- Kashmir -- Korea -- Suez and Hungary -- Goa -- Conclusions -- VI. The border dispute with China -- China probes the boundary -- Revolt in Tibet -- Challenge to the entire border -- The Premiers meet (April 1960) -- The Officials report -- Deadlock -- Further proposals -- The fighting starts -- The Colombo proposals -- The question of prisoners -- Chinaโ{128}{153}s agreements with other neighbours -- VII. Legal aspects of the border dispute -- The juridical status of Tibet -- Mountain boundaries -- Maps and boundary disputes -- Effective occupation -- Prescription -- Protest, acquiescence and estoppel -- The Western Sector -- The Eastern Sector -- VIII. Political motives in the border dispute -- China changes her evaluation of India -- Marxist ideology -- The Indian assessment of Chinaโ{128}{153}s motives -- Conclusions -- IX. Conclusions -- The boundary question -- The implications of the border dispute -- Panchsheel -- Prospects

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