India-China Boundary Problem, 1846-1947 by A. G. NooraniIndia-China Boundary Problem, 1846-1947 by A. G. Noorani

India-China Boundary Problem, 1846-1947

byA. G. Noorani

Hardcover | April 15, 2011

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This volume discusses the origins and development of India's boundary dispute with China. It examines several important aspects such as the areas of dispute, differing schools of thought, treaties, agreements, and conventions, role of the bureaucracy, peace processes together with an analysisof earlier attempts at drawing a boundary line. The author highlights the gaps in the understanding of the boundary problem and how it affected India's negotiation process. The volume is illustrated with maps and contains appendices listing all important treaties and conventions.

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A.G. Noorani is a leading constitutional expert. This is his sixth book with OUP India.
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Title:India-China Boundary Problem, 1846-1947Format:HardcoverDimensions:360 pages, 8.46 × 5.51 × 0.03 inPublished:April 15, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198070683

ISBN - 13:9780198070689

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Table of Contents

PrefaceIntroduction1. The Genesis2. Defining Ladakh's Boundaries3. Search for a Linear Boundary4. Two Schools on the Boundary5. Reference to London6. Hunza7. Evolving A Boundary8. The 1899 Offer to China9. The Aftermath of the 1899 offer10. The McMahon Line11. 15 August 1947: What India InheritedConclusionAppendices