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Hindi-The National Language

in the way of exchange of ambassadors with China or perhaps even some further steps to normalise relations with that country. However, at what point contradictions may conceivably be deemed to arise will depend very much on the state of relations between the Soviet Union and China. And here it is well to remind ourselves that there appears to be little prospect of any change for the better in the situation of political, and even military, confrontation in which those two countries have been for about a decade and a half.

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