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“CHINA – Dealing with,”


Book-3: War, Conflicts, Security, and The Military -1.0

As Mr. Ram Jethmalani advises – We should extensively advocate implementing the full text and mandate of Article 51 of our Constitution, which is the obligation of every Government to:

a)Promote international peace and security.

b)Maintain just and honourable relations between Nations

c)Foster respect for international law and treaty obligations in the dealings of organized peoples with one another

d)Encourage settlement of international disputes by arbitration. (except where the other Party has not respected such settlement, as Pakistan has not when it refused to withdraw from all J & K territory as per the U.N. Resolution)

It is time for us to behave like a self-respecting Nation and for India to reclaim her lost pride, but this does not require us to only look at purely military solutions.


Clearly define your essential National interests and what affects them, and make it clear that you will do whatever needs to be done to protect them. However also be willing to consider their (China’s) essential National interests too and be prepared to negotiate a compromise or exchange as possible.

Encourage trade and cultural exchanges, to make them realize the costs of war compared to the benefits of trade, and of working together to improve the economics of both countries – this could be the Asian way to co-exist and to grow and deal with each other and be an example to the rest of the world.


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