Articles on the Eve of China’s president Hu Jintao’s Visit

Tibet is the keyBrahma Chellaney, Phayul.com dt 20/11/2006

What’s ripe for settlementClaude Arpi, Rediff.com dt 20/11/2006

Will India repeat the mistakes of 1962?Claude Arpi, Rediff.com dt 17/11/2006

Why I will protest Hu Jintao’s visitTenzin Choeying, Rediff.com dt 17/11/2006

Tackling the mandarinsP Stobdan, Hindustan Times dt 16/11/2006

What Hu won’t do in DelhiAnil Athale, Rediff.com dt 16/11/2006

Why China Claims Arunachal PradeshRamananda Sengupta, Rediff.com dt 16/11/2006

Who is Hu Jintao?B Raman, Rediff.com dt 15/11/2006

‘Autocratic China becoming arrogant’Brahma Chellaney, The Times of India dt 15/11/2006

Why I remain wary of China– B Raman, Rediff.com dt 14/11/2006

We’ve forgotten the past. China hasn’t- B Raman, Rediff.com dt 13/11/2006

China’s economic growth is not just ‘economic growth’– Arun Shourie, Indian Express dt 08/11/2006

To race China, first let’s get our feet off the brakes– Arun Shourie, Indian Express dt 07/11/2006

Will keep this updated and on Top.

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5 responses to “Articles on the Eve of China’s president Hu Jintao’s Visit

  1. I read the arrogant article. How long can China subdue such a huge population in the era of the Internet one wonders?

  2. Apollo

    Till the shit hits the fan that is. Their arrogance is going to be their undoing.

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