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McMahon Line and after a study of the triangular contest on India"s north-eastern frontier between Britain, China, and Tibet, 1904-47 by Parshotam Mehra

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Published by South Asia Books in Columbia .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • China -- Boundaries -- India,
  • India -- Boundaries -- China,
  • India -- Boundaries -- Tibet,
  • Tibet (China) -- Boundaries -- India

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementParshotam Mehra.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS450.C5 M4, DS450C5 M4 1976
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 497 p. :
Number of Pages497
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22185061M
ISBN 100883866161, 0333900278

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The McMahon Line is not merely a work of geopolitical nonfiction. It is the bird's eye view of one of India's most contentious issues in its Political History: the Sino-Indian relations. The author does justice to the ones who read it as well as to those about whom it is written/5(1). I had read "Next, After Lucifer" years ago wondering who the author (Daniel Rhodes) was. The book was excellent in so many ways especially that once started, it could not be put down. Neil McMahon is the top author of suspense in his 'murder-mysteries' so I am not surprised to learn he is also such a master of tales of 'horror'/5(5). The McMahon Line is a demarcation line drawn on map referred to in the Simla Convention, a treaty between Britain and Tibet signed in Although its legal status is disputed, it is currently the effective boundary between China and India. This dispute was used a pretext in a .   The line is named after Henry McMahon, who was the foreign secretary of British India and the chief negotiator of the convention at Simla. The .

  How McMahon Drew His Line, and Why China Wants It Changed. There is more to China’s claim over Arunachal Pradesh than a mere contest to possess this large strip of sparsely populated mountainous.   In this book, the author, after tracing the history of British efforts to open up to Tibet, discusses at length the origin and implementation of McMahon Line, discusses at length his thesis that Sino-Indian border war was largely a result of Mao Zedong’s effort to reassert his fullest control on policy making towards India.   It was published only in after the Communist takeover of Russia in and the new regime’s abrogation of most Tsar-era treaties. The above . McMahon studied Creative Writing in college at the University of Arizona. After graduation, he would take a job in the advertising industry as a creative director. During his advertising career, he won a Gold Clio for Fiat and he also wrote a Super Bowl spot for Alfa Romeo. McMahon stays in Los Angeles where he writes and lives with his family.