Indian Foreign Policy: Frozen in Time

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  1. Ah! So appropriate and timely! The MEA may benefit from a crash course in IR & negotiations 🙂

    The HT reports that in upcoming Indo-Chinese negotiations, India has already given up claim to Aksai Chin. So, what have we left to offer, in return for China dropping claim to Arunachal?

    Can’t blame the MEA. Our ‘intellectuals’, such as Prof. Mohanty, (Institute of Chinese Studies) suggests that “the Chinese claim in Tawang cannot be bluntly rejected, but needs to be accommodated through diplomatic ingenuity.”

    Well, who needs enemies I guess…

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