India-China relations: post conflict phase to post cold war period
The Book Attempts To Examine The Indian Policy Response To The Chinese Strategic Threat That Manifests In Political, Ideological And Military Terms During The Post-Conflict Phase. Examins How Military Diplomacy Affects The Ground Realities On The Border Where The Two Armies Are Deployed Against Each Other.
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The Border Dispute
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