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Did India lose another opportunity to resolve the border? Yes, suggests Dai Bingguo in his memoirs

Paper No. 6115                                  Dated 17-May-2016

By Prof. B. R. Deepak

India and China lost a few opportunities to resolve the border – first during Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai’s India visit in 1960, second during 1979 during Vajpayee’s China visit, and third during 1980s when rather than a package deal India insisted on sectoral approach.

Japan and India’s Comparative Approaches to Meet the China Threat

Paper No. 6114                                  Dated 16-May-2016

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Japan and India are the twin pillars of Asian security against the overwhelming Asian perceptions of the China Threat emanating from China’s oversized military buildup and China’s hegemonistic impulses to dominate Asia.

India’s Interface with Pak-China Axis

Paper No. 6111                                  Dated 06-May-2016

By Bhaskar Roy

For decades India has been engaging in an unrelenting but soft struggle with “all-weather friends” Pakistan and China, to preserve a stable sub-continent, conducive for much needed development. 

Our Cultural legacy and Bharatvarsh

Paper No. 6108                                  Dated 02-May-2016

By R. Upadhyay

Upping the Ante against China and India’s Volta-face

Paper No. 6107                                 Dated 26-4-2016

By Prof. B. R. Deepak

China in the Indian Ocean

Paper No. 6103                               Datd 20-Apr-2016

by D. S. Rajan

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Forthcoming India-China Special Representatives Meet

Paper No. 6101                                 Dated 15-Apr-2016

By Bhaskar Roy

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