By examining the mutual misperceptions prevalent among the leadership of both countries at that time, the authors seek to deflate the high degree of self-righteousness and charged emotions that have hither to marked discussions on the boundary dispute in both countries. India-China relations are not an all-or-nothing proposition, but a mixed bag of issues with varying degrees of solvability.
Both RANGANATHAN and KHANNA speak and read Chinese and have dealt with China for long periods during their careers. They are both honorary Fellows of the Institute of Chinese Studies.
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