October 13, 2010

India Grappling with China Syndrome

Harsh Pant, Japan Times

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As tensions mount in East Asia and Beijing makes it clear that it intends to defy international opinion to sell nuclear reactors to Pakistan, something seems to be changing in New Delhi too.

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TAGGED: Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan, China, India

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