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Abhineet Singh asked: Should India adopt a more aggressive posture towards China?

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  • Reply: Kindly refer to the following recent & other publications on our website:

    V. Mahalingam, “Daulat Beg Oldie Standoff: An Assessment”, IDSA Issue Brief, May 22, 2013, at

    R. S. Kalha, “The Chinese Message and What Should the Reply Be?”, May 21, 2013, at

    Kasturi Moitra, “What India needs to learn from China”, May 20, 2013, at

    Mukul Sanwal, “India and China: Strategic partners in global governance reform”, May 16, 2013, at

    Mandip Singh, “Lure your enemy onto the roof, then take away the ladder”, May 13, 2013, at

    Arvind Gupta, “Chinese lessons in diplomacy”, May 12, 2013, at

    Mandip Singh, “Lessons from Somdurong Chu Incident”, April 26, 2013, at

    Arvind Gupta, “China’s Defence White Paper 2013: Lessons for India”, April 25, 2013, at

    Mandip Singh, “Critical Assessment of China's Vulnerabilities in Tibet”, IDSA Occasional Paper No. 30, 2013, at

    R. N. Das, “India-China Relations: A New Paradigm”, IDSA Monograph Series No. 19, 2013, at

    Mandip Singh, “Increasing Chinese Footprint in India's North West: What should India do?”, October 21, 2011, at

    Arvind Gupta, “China’s Changing Worldview”, August 4, 2009, at