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Brahma Chellaney: India should rein in China's dangerous antics in Tibet

New Delhi's accomodative stance has encouraged dangerous Chinese adventurism

While it has become fashionable to pair China and India as if they were joined at the hip, it is often forgotten that the two have little in common politically, economically or culturally.

Comparatively speaking, the countries are new neighbors. The vast Tibetan plateau, encompassing an area greater than Western Europe, separated the two civilizations throughout history, limiting their interaction to sporadic cultural and religious contact.

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