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Dealing with China

Dealing with China THE LAST WORD on the strange events involving manhandling of Indian and Chinese diplomats in Peking and New Delhi has not yet been said, though tempers in the two capitals seem to have cooled down sufficiently to make possible a relaxation of tensions. The question that came uppermost to most minds was why the Chinese were behaving in this strange way. The Indian press noted, of course, that China had in the past meted out the same kind of treatment to Soviet and British diplomats and officials.

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