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India and China: Ringing out the Old

G. P. D.
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 23, No. 52/53 (Dec. 24-31, 1988), pp. 2721-2722
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4394169
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Abstract

Beijing Review had not been allowed into India for years because it did not meet the high standards of 'friendliness' we expected from China. The ban was lifted on the eve of Rajiv Gandhi's visit to Beijing. The windows between the two countries are open again. But how long will they remain open? And then, the mere restoration of dialogue between the two countries cannot be a substitute for a well-formulated China policy.

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