October 8, 2010

Beijing Playing Its Kashmir Card

Mohan Malik, Asia Times

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A perceptible shift in the Chinese stance on Kashmir has now emerged as a new source of interstate friction.

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TAGGED: India, Jammu and Kashmir, Kashmir, China, Tibet, Beijing, Arunachal Pradesh

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