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Indian Foreign Policy and the Border Dispute with China

Author: Willem Frederik Eekelen
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1964.
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The idea for a study of Indian foreign poliey originated during a diplomatie posting to New Delhi between 1957 and 1960. These years were marked by the eruption of the Tibetan revolt, the arrival of the Dalai Lama and the first ineidents along the Sino-Indian border. My departure eoineided precisely with the landing of the aireraft earrying Premier Chou En-lai to the meeting with the Indian Prime Minister whieh  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Willem Frederik Eekelen
ISBN: 9789401507158 9401507155
OCLC Number: 851393746
Description: 1 online resource (220 pages)
Contents: I. The policy of non-alignment --
The Indian case --
II. Sino-Indian relations prior to 1954 --
Tibet --
The conference at Simla --
Indian nationalism and China --
Independent India --
Communism in India --
China invades Tibet --
The search for a new relationship --
III. Five principles of peaceful coexistence --
IV. Panchsheel and Afro-Asian cooperation --
The Bandung conference --
V. India's position in international conflict --
Junagadh and Hyderabad --
Kashmir --
Korea --
Suez and Hungary --
Goa --
Conclusions --
VI. The border dispute with China --
China probes the boundary --
Revolt in Tibet --
Challenge to the entire border --
The Premiers meet (April 1960) --
The Officials report --
Deadlock --
Further proposals --
The fighting starts --
The Colombo proposals --
The question of prisoners --
China's agreements with other neighbours --
VII. Legal aspects of the border dispute --
The juridical status of Tibet --
Mountain boundaries --
Maps and boundary disputes --
Effective occupation --
Prescription --
Protest, acquiescence and estoppel --
The Western Sector --
The Eastern Sector --
VIII. Political motives in the border dispute --
China changes her evaluation of India --
Marxist ideology --
The Indian assessment of China's motives --
Conclusions --
IX. Conclusions --
The boundary question --
The implications of the border dispute --
Panchsheel --
Prospects.
Responsibility: by Willem Frederik Eekelen.

Abstract:

The idea for a study of Indian foreign poliey originated during a diplomatie posting to New Delhi between 1957 and 1960. These years were marked by the eruption of the Tibetan revolt, the arrival of the Dalai Lama and the first ineidents along the Sino-Indian border. My departure eoineided precisely with the landing of the aireraft earrying Premier Chou En-lai to the meeting with the Indian Prime Minister whieh would terminate the preliminary phase of the boundary dispute. The eonfliet subsequently assumed proportions affeeting the entire position of India. It provided the most severe testing ground for of Peaeeful eoexistenee whieh India Panehsheel, the Five Principles advoeated as a new and Asian eontribution to international relations. The object of this book is to traee the five principles from their optimistic start in an atmosphere of friendship with China to their decline as an instrument of praetical polities. As Panehsheel experieneed both its rise and fall in the bilateral eontext of Sino-Indian relations, these will be examined in eonsiderable detail. Most emphasis is put on the border dispute whieh represented the first eonfliet between a eommu nist power and a non-aligned state. The analysis of legal aspeets and politieal motives in the dispute is preeeded by a lengthy ehronological deseription, whieh seemed neeessary not only to eomplete the aeeounts given in other publieations, but also as an illustration ofboth its climaetie development and the gradual inerease of Chinese pressure.

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