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Narendra Modi and the Rise of India

Submitted by on May 27, 2015 – 9:13 am 16 Comments |  
China's Map of India

Yet again, teaching duties are preventing me from making regular GeoCurrents posts. All that I can do this week is post my slides from last evening’s lecture on Narendra Modi and the Rise of India.

Part of this lecture focused on the relationship between India and China. I find it quite significant that some Chinese media sources are using a map of India that excludes all of Jammu and Kashmir as well as Arunachal Pradesh, as can be seen in the image posted here.

 

 

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