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Chinese media: Reading the tea leaves

Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar recently visited Beijing for what was billed as a new round of the India-China Strategic dialogue. Expectations that the talks would lead to a reset of the troubled India-China relations have come to a nought.
 
Mar 18, 2017
By Saurabh Kumar
 
Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar recently visited Beijing for what was billed as a new round of the India-China Strategic dialogue. Expectations that the talks would lead to a reset of the troubled India-China relations have come to a nought.
 
Only a hardened optimist could have expected forward movement on the issues bedeviling these relations, especially India’s demand that China support its Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) membership and effort to designate Masood Azhar a terrorist under UN rules.
 
Read more at: http://www.dailypioneer.com/columnists/oped/chinese-media-reading-the-tea-leaves.html
 
The Pioneer, March 19, 2017

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