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CHINA AT THE CROSS ROADS IN SOUTH ASIA : An Analysis

 

Paper 703                                                      02.06.2003

by Dr Subhash Kapila 

China extended its borders to South Asia with the forcible military occupation of Tibet in late 1950. China’s military annexation of Tibet was facilitated by two factors: (1) United States military pre-occupation with the war in Korea, and (2) India’s  policies of strategic neglect of India’s national security interests and Nehru's blind obsession for China’s friendship. 

UNDERSTANDING CHINA

Paper 715                             12.06.2003

 

by B. Raman

BANGLADESH-CHINA DEFENCE CO-OPERATION AGREEMENT'S STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS: An Analysis

 

Paper 582                                                      14.01.2003

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

CHINA AND INDIA ON A NEW THRESHOLD? The Indian Prime Minister's Visit to China June 2003

 

 

Paper 717                                                       17.06.2003

by Dr Subhash Kapila

This article may please be read in conjunction with this author’s earlier article “China at the Crossroads in South Asia”, SAAG Paper No 703 dated 02-06-03. 

SINO-INDIAN TALKS: Mixed Results

 

Paper 726                                       30.06.2003

by B. Raman

CHINA AND INDIA CROSS THE THRESHOLD: Indian Prime Minister's Visit to China June 2003.

 

Paper 728                                                       30.06.2003

by Dr Subhash Kapila 

This is another perspective of PM's Visit to China-Director

SOUTH ASIA CONFLICT RESOLUTION APPROACHES OF CHINA AND PAKISTAN: A Comparative Analysis

 

Paper 735                                                       15.07.2003

by Dr Subhash Kapila

Introductory Background: South Asia of late is often being quoted in political and academic analyses of the West as one of the world’s highly sensitive conflictual regions. This more so after 1998 when India and Pakistan emerged as overt nuclear weapons powers. 

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