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India's China Policy (1961)
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    Dynastic Tradition Updated (Review)
    India's China Policy, by P.C. Chakravarti
    1. India's China Policy by P.C. Chakravarti
    The Saturday Review, April 14, 1962, p. 25
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    Brutal Mandate, by Allard K. Lowenstein
    1. Brutal Mandate by Allard K. Lowenstein
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    5. The Intellectual Versus the City by Morton Gabriel White and Lucia White
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    7. India's China Policy by P.C. Chakravarti
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    The Nation, October 20, 1962, p. 246
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    1. Foreign Aid and the Defense of Southeast Asia by Amos A. Jordan, Jr.
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    3. East Asia in Danger by Lorenz Stucki
    4. India's China Policy by P.C. Chakravarti
    5. Divide and Quit by Penderel Moon
    6. India's Urban Future by Roy Turner
    7. With Malice Toward None by Sadashiv G. Barve
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    11. Problems of Freedom: South Vietnam Since Independence by Wesley R. Fishel
    12. The Viet-Minh Regime by Bernard B. Fall
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    Foreign Affairs, October 1962, p. 235