Sino-Nepali diplomatic ties duly reestablished 53 years ago on 1 August, 1955 (article penned by the author in 2009) are poised to new challenges and">
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Nepal and China face new Cold war in the region

Telegraph Nepal, 15 April 2012

Sino-Nepali diplomatic ties duly reestablished 53 years ago on 1 August, 1955 (article penned by the author in 2009) are poised to new challenges and opportunities. The time these ties were re established offered no less challenges either. Challenges basically pertained to conducting of international affairs independently and in the sovereign manner.


Source : http://www.telegraphnepal.com/views/2012-04-15/nepal-and-china-face-new-cold-war-in-the-region.html

 

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