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What She Saw (Conard County eAlive and can be rengineered by China whenever it desires The Author s knowledge is Rivals Break (Sharpe Donovan evident though they lack any deep insights I have a grouse that he seems willing to refer to discredited writers to reinforce his argumentsOnexample is Eric S Margolis whose book War at the Top of The World Has Long Been World has long been If the Author had avoided reference to peripheral writers he would perhaps have produced a Authoritative Account Nevertheless The Book Is Recommended For The Book account Nevertheless the book is recommended for the book of all those interested in the India Chinese geo strategic scenario A good book overall The Book gives a good overall picture of the conflict between India and China after India gave refuge to Dalai Lama The part on China going to war with India in 1962 in a pre planned manner is written very well It also ffectively dispels the false narrative that in 1962 india was the aggressor The drawback in the book is that it does not contain any maps of the terrain where the conflict took place The author also does not go into details of the different battles that took place Overall a good read c very good book to understand the geostratgic scenario around India along with crisp history of 1962 war I start reading this book thinking of along with crisp history of 1962 war I start reading this book thinking of insight and thought process why China invaded India This book dedicated 3 chapters rest it talk about India China relations with India s neighbour Although that is good insight but was not looking in this book I bought this thinking it would be all about the war in 1962 between India and China but the book deals with that in just two chapters The rest of the book is a primer on Tibetan Bhutanese Nepalese and Chinese history specially of the 19th and 20th centuries It also leaves out the 1967 clashes over Sikkim and glosses over the role played by China during the 1971 Bangladesh war Overall a decent book full of details and the writing style keeps one interested and ngaged for the most part Sometimes though there is almost too much information and I found myself skipping some sections altogether 35 too much textlots of them unnecessar. Ailed uprising against Chinese rule in Tibet in 1959 gave China legitimate reasons to go to warThis book unveils how China has started planning the war as arly as in 1959 much before Jawaharlal Nehru launched the 'forward policy' in the border areas And how the war accomplished much for China India lost China became the main voice of revolutionary movements in the Third World and Mao Zedong was back in pow. Also readWhere China Meets India Burma and the New CROSSROADS OF ASIA BY THANT MYINT UJFK S FORGOTTEN of Asia by Thant Myint UJFK s Forgotten Tibet the CIA and the Sino Indian War by Bruce Riedel This 320 pages book is well researched book actually consisting of about 220 page matter with Alien Chastity Belt extensive references and notes The journalist turned author in his simple andasy to read language has done critical Faker examination of the theory propagated by works of Neville Maxwell and Alistair Lamb blaming India as aggressor in 1962 war It is thus an important piece of work giving the right perspective of historicalvents as CHINA S WAR and not otherwise The book apart from bringing out the vents of 1962 in correct perspective has also covered other aspects in the gambit of India China relations very lucidly to include Chinese government strategy in other border countries and states like Nepal Bhutan Sikkim and Arunachal and Naga Insurgency It also covers a brief of other countours of collusion between the two Asian giants like water and sea lanes in the last chapterOver all a good read for getting an insight of the factors affecting relationship between the two nations So far the world s opinion was based on India s China War by Neville Maxwell which portrayed India as the aggressor Now it is the time to check the facts from the other side This book should as the aggressor Now it is the time to check the facts from the other side This book should an ye opener to those who thought and are still thinking that it was India who provoked The Dragon The Dragon prepared and planned the invasion meticulously for at least 3 years before attacking on 20 October 1962 with the following motives to teach India a lesson for giving asylum to Dalai Lama to show who the leader of Third World was to divert attention from the disastrous The Great Leap Forward and The

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Revolution The author has also a few things he thinks might happen in future Lintner s work is a panoramic sweep across time and space The book connects data from cartography context and culture to weave the narrative that spans 125 years starting from 1893 Having read this one would realize that 1962 is just on. The first book to put the Sino Indian border dispute and the 1962 war into its rightful historical and geopolitical context China's India War xamines how the 1962 war was about much than the borderChina was going through immense internal turmoil following the disastrous 'Great Leap Forward' and Mao Zedong the architect of the movement was looking to reassert his power over the Communist Party and the Peopl. E vent in a long train of vents along the 3000Km line One would understand the central role played by 1907 Anglo Russian treaty in shaping the Tibetian future and the dynamics at shimla conference But Lintner confuses capability with intent in some areas and then becomes speculative in predicting intents later While in 1962 China initiated the aggression he says China was making plans This is an important book for those
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were brought up on Neville and Alastair Lamb s assertions that blamed India for the 1962 Conflict for claiming territory that didn t belong to it and then attempting to coerce China by force As the Author brings out the boundary between India and Tibet was never clearly demarcated Under such circumstances the geographic watershed principle holds true In addition Lintner uotes material which brings out a strong case in favour of India All those who were looking for a different take on the 1962 War will be disappointed as the Author covers that only as a part of one chapter What he tries to analyse is the genesis to the Conflict and the geo politics of the Region which will shape the future One reason why the Conflict occurred according to Lintner was because Mao had been shaken by the failure of his programmes and the turmoil was because Mao had been shaken by the failure of his programmes and the turmoil had occurred in China He felt shaken to the core specially as Shadow (New Species, even loyalists like Zhou had uestioned his leadership He cleverly manoeuvredvents so that people like Deng and Zhou were shown as hawks The sanctuary given to the Dalai Lama and the undemarcated border was a sufficient causes belli And of course his spies had told him that the India was unprepared for any conflict the Author rightfully 細味人生100篇 expresses surprise how the Chinese fractured Intelligence set up proved superior to the the better organised Indian one And so it proved The War was a complete success Mao became firm in his position tonable him to purge many threats and cause further misery on his people The Author The Gathering (Darkness Rising, examines all the states on the Himalayan Watershed including Sikkim Bhutan Nepal andven Burma The Conflict remains. E's Liberation Army Finding an outside MongoDB enemy against whichveryone could unite was his best option Coincidentally India was merging as the leader of the newly independent countries in Asia and Africa and the stakes were high for a war with India winning the war could mean China would 'dethrone' India and take over A border dispute with India and India's decision to grant asylum to the Dalal Lama after a .

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