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Yet another round of India-China border talks is under way in Beijing. The unending and fruitless talks on territorial disputes underscore the eroding utility of this process. It is approaching three decades since China and India...
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phunwang1  

Location: belgium
Subject: LOST IN SWEET TALKS
Jul 17 2010 08:19 PM

I think New Delhi is lacking seriousness in safeguarding its national integrity, territory and promotion of democracy in Asian continent. The parties are somehow lost in how to run their 5 years terms and its survival of party interests, rather than focusing on other more pressing issues in the subcontinent and international level.
DorjeeKnows  

Location: Toronto
Subject: Terrible Mistake In The Past
Jul 03 2010 08:29 PM

Well, he should have been clearer in his position that Panchsheel agreement was a monumental political blunder instead of calling it just a mistake. And how does he think he can have the cake and eat it too? That shows arrogance of the Asian giants, they are unwilling to honour the past historical agreements that paradoxically defines the present predicament. What kind of logic is that? Come on, Professor, you should be at least be honest.
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