August 10, 2012

Indian Tiger Taking On Chinese Dragon

Rajeev Sharma, Jakarta Globe

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The India-China rivalry has intensified. Both sides have recently made decisions that have riled the other side to no end. The Indian tiger is roaring and taking the Chinese dragon head-on.

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TAGGED: South China Sea, Tibet, Taiwan, China, India

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