2 edition of Sino-Indian boundary question and international law. found in the catalog.
Sino-Indian boundary question and international law.
K. Krishna Rao
|LC Classifications||JX1571.Z7 C493 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 76 p.|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||sa 65002491|
F. N. Lone, ‘The Enigma of the Hong Kong Injunction Cases- A Perspective on Political Question Doctrine, Separation of Powers, Rule of Law and Universal Suffrage’ in Vienna Journal on International Constitutional Law, Vol 10, 1/, 3- Sino-Indian Boundary Dispute, A Reappraisal This paper traces the evolution of Indian policy on the boundary dispute with China during the years It re-examines the revisionist claim that the dispute took hold mainly because Nehru had ruled out any compromise with the Chinese. The paper contends that such.
The Sino-Indian War, also known as the Indo-China War and Sino-Indian Border Conflict, was a war between China and India that occurred in A disputed Himalayan border was the main pretext for war, but other issues played a role. There had been a series of violent border incidents after the Tibetan uprising, when India had granted asylum to the Dalai Lama. The Sino-Indian War is notable for the harsh mountain conditions under which much of the fighting took place, entailing large-scale combat at altitudes of over 4, metres (14, feet). The Sino-Indian War was also noted for the non-deployment of the navy or air force by either the Chinese or Indian side.
Feb 17, · 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 Sino-Indian Border Disputes,” International and Comparative Law Quarterly, January 19 Documents on International Affairs, when the question of the Indo Cited by: 5. BIBLIOGRAPHY Documents of the First Session of the First National People's Congress of the maisonneuve-group.com: Foreign Language Press, Documents on the Sino-Indian Boundary Question.
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New Delhi, Indian Society of international Law, (OCoLC) Get this from a library. The Preah Vihear case and the Sino-Indian boundary question. [K Krishna Rao; Indian Society of International Law.]. Sino-Indian border dispute. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The This boundary placed the Lingzi Tang plains, which are south of the Laktsang range, in India, and Aksai Chin proper, which is north of the Laktsang range, in China.
The Sino-Indian Memorandum of was hailed as a de facto Chinese acceptance of the annexation. This is the first volume to systematically look at how China uses international law to deal with its complex boundary questions--it borders on twelve countries. The book includes an examination of boundary claims, border policies, settlements, alignments, and armed conflicts.
The author draws a clear picture of China's attitude toward the use of traditional law. the western sector of the Sino-Indian boundary. More- over, India provoked sanguinary conflicts on two occa- sions during that year, first in the eastern and then in the western sector of the boundary.
As a result, tension rose daily along the border. Question 2: Why didn't the Sino-Indian boundary. The Sino-Indian Boundary (Texts of treaties, agreements and certain exchange of notes relating to the Sino-Indian Boundary) () (Out of Print) The Sino-Indian Boundary Question and International Law Rs.
by K. Krishna Rao () (Out of Print) The India-China Boundary Question (A Legal Study with a. The Sino-Indian Boundary Question: A Study of Some Related Legal Issues: K.
Krishna Rao The Practitioners' Contribution to International Law: Angola, The U.N. And International Law: J.S. Bains 63 Book Reviews: India And the Chinese Invasion maisonneuve-group.coma Menon Human Rights and International Labour Standards: C. An example of legislation relating partly to maps when delimiting a boundary of a subordinate entity is the Canada (Ontario Boundary) Act (52 and 53 Viet., ch.
28). MAPS 1. Maps as Documents In international territorial transactions maps were for a long time not of much use, the imperfection of methods and instruments making them unreliable.
As India’s new foreign minister settles into office, a major issue demanding his attention will be the boundary negotiations with China. These negotiations began with the appointment of Special Representatives in and two years later, the two sides agreed on “Political Parameters and Guiding Principles” for settling the dispute.
Chinese premier said that “the Sino-Indian boundary has never been formally delimited” and that the so-called “McMahon Line was a product of British policy of aggression against the Tibet region of China International Relations in India & Beyond.
Editorial; While for Nehru the question of the territorial definition of India Author: Dr Rajkumar Singh. India became independent on August 15, while China on April 1, Sino-Indian relations have since witnessed ups and downs from bonhomie, hindi-chinee bhai bhai (Indian-Chinese brotherhood) to being at daggers drawn.
The last coffin in the relations is India’s cartographic aggression of amending maps to show Chinese territories as maisonneuve-group.com: Amjed Jaaved. The Sino-Indian War, also known as the Indo-China War and Sino-Indian Border Conflict, was a war between China and India that occurred in A disputed Himalayan border was the main pretext for war, but other issues played a role.
There had been a series of violent border incidents after the Tibetan uprising, when India had granted asylum to the Dalai maisonneuve-group.comon: Aksai Chin and North-East Frontier Agency.
The Sino-Indian War is notable for the harsh mountain conditions under which much of the fighting took place, entailing large-scale combat at altitudes of over 4, metres (14, feet).  The Sino-Indian War was also noted for the non-deployment of the navy or air force by either the Chinese or Indian side.
Sep 14, · Nevertheless, Rosalyn Higgins, a British ICJ judge, had characterized Sikkim as “overrun by force” and incompatible with “self-determination,” ewectively confusing Sikkim with Goa. Asian states are today fighting over land and sea that in international law are governed by, respectively, the UN Charter and the UN Law of the maisonneuve-group.com: Rajdeep Pakanati.
Description: When founded inthe International and Comparative Law Quarterly (ICLQ) was maisonneuve-group.com was the only journal which offered the reader coverage of comparative law as well as public and private international law. It has maintained its pre-eminence as one of the most important journals of its kind encompassing Human Rights and European Law.
Jun 28, ·, “ The Preah Vihear Case and the Sino-Indian Boundary Question ” () 2 Indian Journal of International Lawhad argued that the Temple of Preah Vihear case be seen as a binding precedent for the China-India boundary dispute.
Given the common Thai and Chinese semi-colonial pasts, Thai scholar Sucharitkul is unsurprisingly also an Cited by: 1. At this time Britain initiated the triangular conference at Simla 5 W.
Woodville Rockhill, "Brief Review of Present Conditions in China," Journal of the Royal Central Asian Society,6 K. Krishna Rao, "The Sino-Indian Boundary Question and International Law," I nternational and Comparative Law Quarterly, April Mar 03, · Mr. Dai highlighted that an Agreement on the Political Parameters and Guiding Principles for the Settlement of the India-China Boundary Question, which was Author: Atul Aneja.
Syatauw, J. G., Some newly established Asian states and the development of international law, p. –He analysed the Burmese-Chinese boundary dispute, the Kashmir conflict and the Indonesian position on territorial maisonneuve-group.com: Willem Frederik van Eekelen.
Selected Bibliography on China and International Law (–) K. Krishna Rao, International Law Aspects of the Sino-Indian Boundary: All-India Radio Talks (). Krishna Rao, The Sino-Indian Boundary Question and International Law ().
David I. Salem, The People’s Republic of China, International Law, and Arms Control (). REPORT OF THE OFFICIALS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA AND THE PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA ON THE BOUNDARY QUESTION The crux of the Sino-Indian boundary question is not the nature of the boundary, because both sides contend that their alignment is, in fact, what for centuries has been accepted, but which of the two alignments is the true.This Chapter deals with the long-standing boundary question.
China and India have paid a high price for the unresolved border dispute, which significantly undermined relations between the two countries throughout most of the Cold War period and even sparked a war.
However, development under the mechanism of the border talks shows that the border dispute, even if far from being resolved, can be.Nov 06, · This volume is an updated and expanded version of the author’s original book, first published by Martinus Nijhoff Publishers and based on his cum laude doctoral dissertation.
That volume discussed how the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence drowned in the first war between a communist and a non-aligned state. This new edition reproduces the original text, but supplements it considerably.