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A Diplomat's Diary: The Tantalizing Triangle - China, India and USA
A Diplomat's Diary: The Tantalizing Triangle - China, India and USA

A Diplomat's Diary: The Tantalizing Triangle - China, India and USA

by T N Kaul

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Language

English

Publisher

Macmillan

ISBN

0333 93340 0 - Year: 2000 - Pages: 273

Binding

Hardcover

T N Kaul

Author: T N Kaul
Publisher: Macmillan
Year: 2000
Language: English
Pages: 273
ISBN/UPC (if available): 0333 93340 0

Description

In recent years, this is the first book of its kind which has dealt with the tantalizing triangular relations between India, China and America and its multifaceted possibilities.

Covering a span of over fifty years, the book delves into Sino-Indian, Sino-US and Indo-US relations , which witnessed many historic ups and downs during this period. Based on the personal experiences of the author who was an active participant in this developing drama, it combines an analysis of strategic, p0litical and economic developments, and their impact on the lives of ordinary people and intellectuals. The author was a keen observer and played a significant role in shaping the relations between Nehru's India, Mao's China, Khrushchev's Russia and the USA, as his country's representative.

An unconventional and unorthodox diplomat who wrote frankly and without inhibition, he was both revolutionary and realistic, idealistic as well as pragmatic while dealing with concrete questions and situations.

Contents

Editor's Tribute
Preface

CHAPTER I
China Beckons

CHAPTER II
A Chance Meeting

CHAPTER III
Diplomats' Corner

CHAPTER IV
A Chinese View

CHAPTER V
New China (1951-53)

CHAPTER VI
Media, Music and Mass Movements

CHAPTER VII
Memories-Sad and Sweet

CHAPTER VIII
Return of the Native (1953-54)

CHAPTER IX
Panch Sheel Agreement And After (1954-56)

CHAPTER X
India and China (1956-62)-Missed Opportunities

CHAPTER XI
China's India War and After (1962-65)

CHAPTER XII
China's Cultural Revolution (1966-76)

CHAPTER XIII
China and Indo-Pak Relations

CHAPTER XIV
China, Mao and After (1976-98)

CHAPTER XV
India (1966-81)

CHAPTER XVI
India (1981-99)

CHAPTER XVII
India and the World

CHAPTER XVIII
Indo-US Relations

CHAPTER XIX
Sino-US and Sino-Indian Relations

CHAPTER XX
The Tantalising Triangle (China, India and USA)

CHAPTER XXI
China Revisited (1998)

Epilogue

Appendices

Author's talk at Hong Kong University (February 1998)
Chou En-lai Century Symposium (March 1998)
A note on Sino-Indian Relations (1982)
Panch Sheel Agreement (April 1954)
The Tashkent Declaration (January 1966)
Treaty with Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (August 1971)
Shanghai Communique (February 1972)
Indo-Bangladesh Treaty (March 1972)
Simla Agreement (July 1972)
Indo-US Agreement on Joint Commission (October 1974)
Delhi Declaration (November 1986)
Indo-Soviet Summit Statement (November 1988)
Sino-Indian Joint Communique (December 1988)
SAARC Summi8t (December 1988)
Six-Nation Declaration (May 1989)
Indo-Russian Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation (January 1993)
Moscow Declaration (June 1994)
Sino-US Joint Statement (September 1996)
Indo-Pak Joint Statement (September 1998)
Lahore Declaration (February 1999)
Memorandum of Understanding (February 1999)
Indo-Pak Joint Statement (March 1999)

Bibliography
Index

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