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Sino-Indian Relations Core and Periphery

Sino-Indian Relations: Core and Periphery GPD THE latest match between India and China has ended in a tame draw. One notices this because for the first time it had appeared that the two countries were moving towards some kind of settlement. Admittedly, the border accord between India and China, like Rome, cannot be built in one round. However, it was felt that perhaps some ground-work would have been done and that we would move on to Beijing with greater hopes. It was felt that while the accord was not in sight, it might be just on the horizon. It was a question of time when it was going to be visible.

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