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Where From, Where To? The Inveterate India-China Talks on the 'Boundary Question'

Chinese realists can be sub-divided into �offensive� and �defensive� as well as �hard� and �soft� camps, with each strand arguing that the state has to build its own strength. The hard power realists argue for strengthening comprehensive national power (zonghe guoli)� particularly the military and economic dimensions, while soft power realism emphasises diplomacy and cultural power.
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Dr Monika Chansoria
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