December 16, 2010

A Sore Spot in India-China Ties

Srinath Raghavan, Deccan Chronicle

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Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao’s visit to India provides a much-needed opportunity for both sides to take stock of bilateral ties. In particular, they should look to reinforce the fundamental understanding underpinning their relationship. Since Rajiv Gandhi’s visit to China in 1988, Sino-Indian relations have been premised on the understanding that the boundary dispute should not hold back ties in other areas, especially economic relations.

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