China and India: the Un-Negotiated Dispute

@article{Maxwell1970ChinaAI,
  title={China and India: the Un-Negotiated Dispute},
  author={Neville Maxwell},
  journal={The China Quarterly},
  year={1970},
  volume={43},
  pages={47 - 80}
}
During the long-sustained diplomatic polemics which accompanied and expressed the Sino-Indian boundary dispute, each side accused the other of refusing to negotiate. The argument became involved and finally confused, with each blaming the other for setting unreasonable pre-conditions. All that is clearly appreciated is that, after the abortive Nehru-Chou En-lai summit meeting of April 1960, the boundary dispute between India and China was never submitted to negotiation. Since both parties to… 

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