Sino-Indian Ties: The 11th Round of Joint Working Group Meeting
07 Jun, 1999 · 195
Bhartendu Kumar Singh says though the JWG has not been able to address the resolution of the border problem, it has emerged as the most important platform for the Sino-Indian dialogue
Achievements in the earlier rounds of JWG
Set up in the wake of the historic visit to
The 11th round of JWG:
Given the circumstances in which the 11th round of the JWG was held, its success was under a cloud from the very beginning. Moreover, when Foreign Secretary K. Raghunath left for
Over the last decade, the JWG has emerged as the most important platform for the Sino-Indian dialogue. It is true that the JWG has not been able to address the resolution of the border problem. Given the complexity of the issue, it was not expected to arrive at an early solution. But the JWG had been moving gradually towards a point when both
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