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Indo-China Relations Part 2: Border Dispute
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The lesson discusses the border dispute between the two countries. It also tries to locate the reasons for such dispute and possible explanation for Chinese claims. It also discusses the historical progress that have been made so far in the resolution of the dispute and ends by proposing an alternative as given by Amb Shyam Saran (former foreign secretary).

Aaditya Mishra
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awesome lessons sir..such a nice explanation really u people r doing awesome job...i would lke to say it is the revolution in the indian education system.
Nice lecture but one important mistake. Eastern sector is McMahon line not McMOHAN. Pls rectify this mistake. Thanks
Hello Aditya, That is a really nice lecture. thank you for taking this much pain and making such a nice lecture It's quite sad that the map u used in explaining mallaca dilemma, shows pok as part of Pakistan. Thanks
Aditya, besides all strategical importance of North Eastern state, we should not forget the economic potential of the NE region of India. These states have been found oil rich and have stores of worth billions which could boost Indian economy as well as the stimulate the much needed development in the region.
excellent explanation ! with easy to remember maps provided and your now normal voice speed these videos will be etched in our minds for a long-time...thank you so much !
  1. INDIA-CHINA RELATIONS PRESENTED BY: AADITYA MISHRA


  2. Collection: International Relations me: . Graduation from NIT, Bhopal- 2015 Wrote Mains, 2016 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. INDIA PAKISTAN CHINA DISPUTED AREAS MAP CHINA PAKISTAN Gilgit Agency Sharsgam XINJIANG NORTAERN Vall NEPAL BHUTAN AaS Baltistan Siachen Glaci Aksai Chin INDIA MYANMAR JAMMU Kash AZAD KASHMI AND Ladakh KASHMIR NG TIB ammu N DIA t LAN


  4. History of Border Dispute Chinese Position in three sectors * Western Sector China supports Mac Donald' line and claims Aksai Chin region; 1963 Agreement with Pakistan Shaksgam Valley taken over by China. Eastern Sector-claims keep on changing but it does not accept Madc Mohan line and claims Large parts of Arunachal as Southern Tibet. Middle Sector small claims in Sikkim region


  5. History of Border Dispute Indian Positions based on equality, geographical markers, historical claims. x Western Sector- claims Johnson line and Aksai Chin as part of Ladakh region Eastern Sector MacMohan line is accepted according to which Arunachal Pradesh belongs to India. Middle Sector Sikkim state has been recognised by China also.


  6. Why China Claims these areas ???? Western Sector Tibetan and Xinjiang EasternFertile area of Chicken's Sector this region Neck and Mallacca Dilemma Hydroelectric Spiritual potential angle


  7. Oil Flow Lake Balkal Sea of Okhotsk RUSSIA UKRAIN KAZAKHSTAN Lake khash MONGOLIA Black Sea GEORGIA ZBEKISTAN YRGYZST ARMENI TURKEY /Z. Sea of Japan TuRKMENIS TAJIKISTAN KOREA ERBAIJAN UTH Yellow KOREA JARAN FGHANISTA Sea CHINA IRAQ IRAN East China Sea ' DA AIT BHUTAN PAKISTAN BAHRAIN QATAR EGYP SAUDI ARABIA OMAN BA TAIWAN Hong Kong INDIA MAN BURMA Philippine Sea SUDA Bay or RITRE YEMEN HAILAN PHILIPPINES Andama Sea Gulf of Adon South DJIBOUTI- Gu ETHIOPIASOMALIA SRI LANKA ina Sea MALAYSIA BRUNEI KENYA INGAP PAPUA NEW GUINEA TANZANIA INDONESIA Indian Ocean MOZAMBIQUE ADAGASCAR O AUSTRALIA


  8. Progress so far in Border Dispute resolution 1960's China gave a "package proposalit would be prepared to accept an alignment in the Eastern Sector, in general conforming to the McMahon Line, but India would have to concede Aksai Chin to China in the Western Sector. Deng Xiaoping in 1982 again reiterated this offer 1985 Chinese Re-interpretation same as before +an explicit demand was made for the restitution" of Tawang as indispensable to any boundary settlement. * Why such change? Increasing power asymmetry between the two nations x Decreasing importance of Aksai Chin because now China had already build its infrastructure in Xinjiang region


  9. Any "Out of Box Solutions" ??- EAM Why it is needed? power asymmetry going to increase in the near future and China's stand would harden Adversarial position on border affects the other areas of relationship. India might accept as Ama "Shyam Saran" states LAC plus Solution whereby the status quo in the Eastern Sector would be maintained, while China would make some, admittedly undefined, territorial concessions in the Western Sector (this was proposed once thru backchannel talks in 1980's) Indian side allow free movement of Tibetan pilgrims to the monastery town. In return, China could extend the same facility to Indian pilgrims going to Kailash Mansarovar.


  10. Indus angtse Koshi maputra Red Ganges India China Water Issue China as a HYDRO HEGEMON


  11. Consequences - thinking the rationale for such diversion Pollution of the Northern river North VS South China agricultural differences Projecting Using Overcapacit -y in steel, cement etc. it's strength in engineerino marvels


  12. Updates . Hit the upvote and recommend if this lesson helped you and please leave feedback in the comments below. . We will continue with India China relations in the next video. PDF @ ISSUU.COM (link in the description below) Thanks for watching, HAVE AN AWESOME DAY!!!!!!