Saturday, December 31, 2011

Dr. Acharya analyses the Origins and Implications of the Sino–Indian Agreements of 2003 and 2005


Dr. Alka Acharya, AssociateProfessor in Chinese Studies, in her article in China Report analyses the Origins and Implications of the Sino–Indian Agreements of 2003 and 2005. She argues that the Agreements of  2003 and 2005 were a fundamental departure from the earlier  approaches adopted by the two countries and a conscious attempt at charting a new way out of a tangled historical legacy riddled with contradictions and complexities. It seeks to examine the origins of underlay this vital ‘course correction’ by both sides and its hopefully far-reaching implications.....


Monday, December 19, 2011

Prof Kondapalli on Deputy Chief of General Staff General Ma Xiaotian Visit to India

Dr. Kondapalli, Professor in Chinese Studies in his write up to rediff.com analyses the significance of Gen Ma's visit to India. He says 'this visit comes in the wake of the postponement of another high level meeting - that of the 15th Special Representative meeting a week ago with China citing the Dalai Lama's  sharing the platform of International Buddhist Convention at New Delhi around the same time of the meeting. Going ahead with such a high level meeting indicated that both sides are intent on "breaking ice".
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