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Indo-China Relations Part 1: Background of Relations
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This lessons discusses the various phases of Indo-China relations starting from the phase of Panchsheel in 1950’s. It further goes on to discuss the events leading upto the 1962 war and thereafter the phase of Cold Peace in the relationship. It also discusses the changes in the decade of 1980’s and 1993 Agreement of Peace and Tranquility. The lesson also looks at the 2003 (Strategic Partnership phase) and 2010- BDC agreement. It ends by discussing the 5 point approach of President Xi Jinping and Inch Towards Miles of PM Modi.

Aaditya Mishra
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Sir where is the last part of Indo Bangla series where you were going to conclude ?
Hi sir nice to have you back.Please make some videos on UN also.
Aaditya Mishra
3 years ago
I will but after some time. This has been noted and I would definitely like to make one on reforms in UN and India's case for UNSC. Till the time read this link https://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://visionias.in/beta/sites/all/themes/momentum/files/interview_issues_2016/India%2520and%2520UNSC%2520reforms.pdf&ved=0ahUKEwjv4dftxbbRAhULo48KHWhlA-IQFggbMAA&usg=AFQjCNFg8xNtsTR-ueK762hF8b3agrDqYQ&sig2=RvRqeSIDWQgx9Rz76v5D6g
Hardik Siroha
3 years ago
ok thanks
Hardik Siroha
3 years ago
sir i saw your vajiram PSIR test series copy it was really good.I wanted to ask one more thing, what will be the right time ti join one? post prelims or now?
Aaditya Mishra
3 years ago
I would say post pre, join pol test series cum crash course of Shubhra Mam.
Hardik Siroha
3 years ago
i have taken coaching from ma'am only, just got over this December. so you suggest crash course or not?
thank you for your precious help
Dear Sir , your way teaching and talking is awesome. thank you for being there.
Hey Aditya, I am am having PSIR as my Optional. Please advise on Is it ok if I completely rely on your videos for IR? Surely I will go with The Hindu in addition to this. But please advise If I have to go through any book or other source?? I personally liked your videos ! Thank you So much..! And please continue series..! Thanks..!!
Aaditya Mishra
3 years ago
The kind of questions they are asking these days are more related to current developments. Thus basic understanding of the issues and Hindu + Google would be more than enough. Please don't get into the trap of reading any book for pol sci p2 sec B as every book will just provide one side of the story. Better thing would be to read on the internet particularly by good writers like C raja Mohan, Brahma Chellaney, MK Narayanan, Pratap Bhanu Mehta, Suhasni Haidar, Harsh VPant, G Parthasarthy, K Sajjanhar, Shivshankar Menon, speeches of S Jaishankar, EAM etc. I hope this helps. Thanks
ok thanks
Your videos are really helping..!
Hello sir, psir optional here too. Sir, there is any course for psir optianal? Sir you nicely covered some part in Indian polity lessons and some here in this IR series, but psir have other section & topics, sir plz make lessons on those also so that working professionals, people away from Delhi & others who cannot afford coaching so that they will not remaining remain at losing side. Spcly psir is very cruel subject any sub standard ans cannot can spoil our whole change. Sir plz try to solve our problem.
Shilpi Palod
3 years ago
sir kya av aap polity k lactures upload nhi kr rhe h....
sir your explanation is stupendous please make more courses
  1. INDIA-CHINA RELATIONS PRESENTED BY: AADITYA MISHRA


  2. Collection: International Relations me: . Graduation from NIT, Bhopal- 2015 Wrote Mains Pdf of this lesson is available at ISSUU.COM (ink in the description below) Follow me: https://unacademy.in/user/ AadityaMishra . RATE, REVIEW & RECOMMEND Contribute if this helps you.


  3. DIMENSIONS OF INDIA-CHINA RELATIONS Background of India-China relations (from 1950's to 2016) Issues ranging fronm Border Dispute Trade disputes, Massod Azhar issue, OBOR initiative, Water sharing issue, NSG membership, Geopolitical flux in the regions and India's strategy to deal with China


  4. History of India China Relations x Post Independence Indian strategic community lead by PM Nehru had assessed that India had following needs- India needed to develop and for that we needed peace and stability in our neighbourhood of any power blocs of the Cold war era. India needed technology aid and trade and hence we were not in a position to go against India was clear that it has to protect it's hard earned sovereignity and hence had to be out Western Bloc led by USA India had a communist neighbour (China) hence we cannot jeopardise to go against * Communist Bloc led by erstwhile USSR


  5. What India did? India took a pragmatic approach by coming out with a foreign policy based on * Non Alignment Panchsheel x Non Alignement ensured that India was able to protect it's interests and reap benefits from both the blocs Panchsheel ensured peace with our neighbours (albeit till 1962 with China)


  6. India China 1947-1962- Phase of Panchsheel Spearheaded by UL Nehru India wanted Hindi Chini Bhai Bhai. It was considered friendship of 1billion people * India-China were to develop it's civilisational ties. It was based on Rabindranath Tagore view that there can be mutually beneficial interactive relationship between the two great civilisations of China and India The establishment of the first Sino-Indian Cultural Society, and then, "Cheena Bhavana" at Santineketan were corner stones for this cause.


  7. Relations leading to 1962 War Tibetan issue and Chinese claims of India's forward policy and aggression. Relationship now were to have a Cold Peace" (away from the warrant of the Panchsheel) Issues with regards to border between India China (Chinese claims of Arunachal Pradesh, Tawang area became more prominent) x Indian establishment understood the need of pragmatic foreign policy towards China


  8. 1980's Decade of Change 1980 Mr. Vajpayee went to China as External affairs minister which led to * starting of meetings on various issues 1987- India granted statehood to Arunachal Pradesh incursions increased on the border and tensions escalated * 1988 PM Rajiv Gandhi's visit broke the ice * first time China recognised that border dispute was a real issue Joint working group(JWG), Hotline was established,


  9. 1993-Agreement of Peace and Tranquility on borders N. Rao signed the agreement which had following clauses Not to alter the status quo at the borders not to use force at border if any country moves across the LAC then peaceful callback


  10. 2003- Strategic Partnership PM Vajpayee visited and led to starting of Confidence Building measures (CBM) Recognition of Sikkim by China, setting up of special representative mechanism 2010- Border defence Cooperation Agreement PM Manmohan Singh's visit was mainly in the backdrop of increased incursions on the border (2008 Dalai Lama contraversy) Outcomes included re-establishment of hotline Flag post meetings at the borders Policy to maximum restrain and no tailing to be followed