Sino-Indian conflict and international politics in the Indian Sub-continent, 1962-66 by T. Karki Hussain

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Subjects:

  • Sino-Indian Border Dispute, 1957-,
  • South Asia -- Politics and government.,
  • South Asia -- Foreign relations.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. [183]-190.

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StatementT. Karki Hussain.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS480.85 .H87, DS480.85 H87
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Paginationx, 190 p. ;
Number of Pages190
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Open LibraryOL19544082M

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Among others, it resulted in an unresolved conflict permanently hindering rapprochement between China and India, the establishment of the Sino-Pakistani axis, the deepening of the Sino-Soviet split and had a lasting impact on Indian domestic affairs.2/5(1). Amit Das Gupta and Lorenz Lüthi’s The Sino-Indian War of New Perspectives is a most topical and useful book for two reasons: For one, it revisits a 1962-66 book that has been relatively neglected in recent Indian scholarship using archival and other material that have become available in the last two decades.

With access to (some) Chinese and to Russian/Soviet. The Sino-Indian War of and its Political After-Life Coming at a time India-China relations are in flux and require a fundamental reset, a new scholarly book provides a useful, if indirect, contribution to how we think about the relationship.

Jawaharlal Nehru Interacting with Army personnel at NEFA in Credit: Photo Division, GOI. Karki Hussain,Sino-Indian and International Politics in the Indian Sub-Continent. Faridabad: Thomson Press, India, pp. 2 The Times of India, N. Delhi, 24 April The Question ofTibet, Foreign Language Press, Beijing, The Sino-Indian Boundary Question, Enlarged Edition, Foreign Language Press, Beijing, SECONDARY SOURCES Books Abel, Elie, The Missiles of October (London, ).

Anne Gilks and Gerald Segal, China and The Anns Trade (London, ). India-China: Conflict to Cooperation) THE SINO-INDIAN BORDER DISPUTE. India and China have had undefined borders for centuries. The km long India-China border was demarcated along the British drawn McMohan line in The treaty was not ratified by the Chinese at that time.

The India-China War of is one of the defining events in independent India’s history. Although a brief and localised affair restricted to the border areas, defeat in the war raised Indian awareness about the imperatives of safeguarding national security based on a correct understanding of international politics.

Krishnan Srinivasan, Former Indian Foreign Secretary, Government of India ‘This excellent and timely volume revisits the Sino-Indian war of ― a brief but immensely consequential conflict. Dasgupta and Luthi have brought together a group of fine scholars to examine afresh the causes and consequences of the : Hardcover.

Panchsheela and after a re-appraisal of Sino-Indian relations in the context of the Tibetan insurrection Books Sino-Indian conflict and international politics in the Indian sub-continent, Hussain, T.K., Sino-Iooian Conflict: International Politics in the Indian Sub-continent, Faridabad, Horn, Robert c., Soviet Indian Relations (Issues and Sino-Indian Conflict and International Politics in the Indian Sub-continent,Thomson, Krishnan, N.K., "Peking' s Folic ies, Ill us ions and.

There are intense speculations that the two large nations in Asia are hurtling down the path of a war a la There is a significant difference though between the two situations. InIndia and China faced a direct border conflict; inIndia is facing the Chinese wrath for defending the Bhutanese territory.

Abid Hussain (26 December – 21 June ) was an Indian economist, civil servant and diplomat. He was India's Ambassador to the United States of America from to and a member of the Planning Commission from to Awards: Padma Bhushan (). Other articles where Sino-Indian War is discussed: Aksai Chin: the factors leading to sharp border clashes between the two countries in At the conclusion of the conflict, China retained control of ab square miles (38, square km) of territory in Aksai Chin.

The area remained a point of contention between the two countries. Hussain,Sino-Indian Conflict and International Politics in the Indian Sub-Continent, (Faridabad:Thomson Press,).

Indian Society of International Law, The India-China Boundary Question:A Legal Study with a BrJef Historical Introduction (New Delhi;T: Jackson, Robert, south Asian Crisis: India-Pakistan­.

Krishnan Srinivasan, Former Indian Foreign Secretary, Government of India ‘This excellent and timely volume revisits the Sino-Indian war of ― a brief but immensely consequential conflict. Dasgupta and Luthi have brought together a group of fine scholars to examine afresh the causes and consequences of the : Hardcover.

China invades India the story of invasion against the background of Chinese history and Sino-Indian relations Books Sino-Indian conflict and international politics in the Indian sub-continent, China resonated in the portals of the Indian parliament even before India attained full freedom.

The first chapter on the Indian Parliament and Sino-Indian relations attempts to revisit the animated debate in the Indian Parliament. Prof. Nancy Jetly undertook pioneering work on this aspect a few years back.

This chapter is a modest building File Size: 1MB. When we compare India with China, we can see clear differences between the two.

While both countries are similar in terms of population, they are significantly different in their economic development. Based on figures published by the late Angus Maddison, the renowned economic historian, Table 3 demonstrates that while both countries experienced stagnation and decline.

To the contrary Pakistan and her Western (UK-USA) supporters moved Nehru’s India to a political and a diplomatic position to discuss proposals to partition Kashmir and to find the modalities for a plebiscite, or to develop an Indo-Pakistani condominium over Kashmir () and to do so in a condition of Indian weakness.

Sino-Indian Relations, Lorenz Lüthi (McGill U., Montreal) Introduction Half a century ago, Sino-Indian relations moved from friendship to war within only five years. In Junethe two countries agreed on panch sheel, the five principles of coexistence.

Bruce Riedel’s book “JFK’s forgotten crisis; Tibet, The CIA, and the Sino-Indian war” sheds light on the role the superpower played in the conflict. The book discusses the cold war axis of the conflict, the American covert operations in Tibet, the Pakistani dilemma, and the impacts of diplomatic ties between the countries that might.

The Sino-Indian War claimed about 2, lives and played out in the harsh terrain of the Karakoram Mountains, some 4, meters (14, feet) above sea level.

Background to the War The primary cause of the war between India and China was the disputed border between the two countries, in the high mountains of Aksai : Kallie Szczepanski.

Off. Ser. Tm SINO-INDIAN BORDER DISPUTE'. SECTION I I. () This is the second in a aeries of three working papers on the Sino-Indian border qispute. 11 deals with the period from late to early Section I11 will cover the remainder of and most ofthrough the Chinese attack of 20 October.

This Section Useful oomente by P. Davis. The Sino-Indian border war of forms a major landmark in South Asian, Asian and Cold War history.

Among others, it resulted in an unresolved conflict permanently hindering rapprochement between China and India, the establishment of the Sino-Pakistani axis, the deepening of the Sino-Soviet split and had a lasting impact on Indian domestic.

User Review - Flag as inappropriate As the only person who's read the still unreleased (by the Indian government) classified Henderson Brooks-Bhagat report about Sino-Indian War, Neville Maxwell has an unique insight into the behind the scenes look at the the Indian army of the time and Indian political conglomerate.

As divisive as this issue is along racial and national lines, it 5/5(1). Understanding the Sino-Indian War (English) (Hardcover) Regarding the Sino-Indian war, Sultan Shahin had this to say: ‘What exactly did India lose. During the day border conflict, in two phases over October and November, 1, Indian soldiers were killed, 1, went missing and 3, were : Gautam Das.

No Asian conflict, Stanley Wolperts new book begins, has proved more deadly, costly, or intractable than that which continues to divide India and Pakistan over Kashmir.

Wolpert has been writing about the Indian subcontinent for half a /5. The Sino-Indian Conflict Scenario. Armed confrontation between China and India is a low probability but high risk contingency worth examining. The Sino-Indian Border Dispute and Sino-Indian Relations # in Political Science (Books) # in World History (Books) Would you like to tell us about a lower price.

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But is this all there was to the war. Were the roles of winner and loser so clearly divided between China and India. After the Battle of Plassey, Battle of Buxar and the long Anglo-Mysore Wars, the East India Company ended up seizing control of the entire Indian subcontinent.

By the end of the 18th century, European powers, mainly the British Empire, commenced to extend political influence over the Muslim world. Reassessing the Soviet stand on the Indo-China conflict The Soviets never wanted the Sino-Indian conflict to escalate and advised both sides to find a peaceful political solution to the border Author: Arun Mohanty.

On 14 October China’s ambassador in Moscow, Liu Shao, had secured from Khrushchev guarantees that if there was a Sino-Indian war, the USSR would ‘stand together with China.’ A neutral attitude on the Sino-Indian border conflict was impossible, the Soviet leader said.

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