August 10, 2009

Sino-Indian Border Summit

The 13th China-India meeting on disputed borders drew little interest let alone new borders on the maps of either nation. Despite increasing trade ties and on-going top-level talks at international summits such as the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Chinese and Indian positions on borderlands with Tibet remain unresolved. Public opinion on both sides is heated even though the borders themselves are a legacy of the British Empire....

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He is an honest englishman.
Yes, First so called British empire sucked out blood and money from people of these countries.. and then created a borderland issue.

It is well known fact that china's hunger for land will never stop. First of all, Tibet was never a part of China, so their claim for sikkim and Arunachal pradesh is baseless.
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