Thursday, August 12, 2010

Rajiv Ranjan, a PhD Candidate at the Centre, on Damming the Brahmaputra River

Rajiv Ranjan, a PhD Candidate at the Centre, warns that any attempt of damming Brahmaputra by China, will threaten the peace and security in South Asia in his article for IPCS, New Delhi. He suggests that to protect the interests and sovereignty of India, it becomes essential for India to engage in dialogue with China on the issue. Even China, if it intends to normalize her relations with India and seeks peace and security in the regions, has to give proper considerations to the lower riparian. Unilateral advancement on the part of China leads to political confrontation in the region. A confrontation will further hinder the relationship.......

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