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ItJiramJCin H 9de)l3 (HaiHtSR) 9. mc^l D.H.N. Johnson, "Judgment of , and June 19 ci n Case Concerning the Temple of Preah Vihear", 11 American Journal of International Law. The Preah Vihear Case and the Sino-Indian Boundary Question KRISHNA RAO Letter from the Chinese Delegation to the Secretary-General of the League of Nations, 26 April The Chinese recourse to force against India: a case study in peaceful coexistence, by Surya P. Sharma; The Preah Vihear case and the Sino-Indian boundary question; The truth about how the leaders of the CPSU have allied themselves with India against China, by the edit. APRIL The Sino-Indian Boundary Question universally been regarded as the frontier of India This has found expression in various Sanskrit Texts as far back as B.C., and is a recurring theme in the ancient Hindu literature Apart from showing that even in those days the people of India were acquain-.
The leading case is the -- Temple of Preah Vihear Case (ICJ Reports» , p. 17), which Thailand lost because she had made official use of a map showing the Temple in Cambodian territory. Likewise in the -- Minquiers and Ecrehos Case (ICJ Reports > , p. 47, at p. 71), the Court held against France partly because in she had laid. In June , the International Court of Justice had ruled in favour of Cambodia in the Temple of Preah Vihear case. Cambodia had won on the basis of French colonial stationary, maps and communiqué. Wellington Koo, a Taiwanese judge, penned a dissent, as it were, imagining China disputing at the ICJ with ex-colonial : Rajdeep Pakanati. In this monograph, the author provides evidence to show the assertion made by Gyalo Thondup (the Dalai Lama's older brother) in his book, The Noodle Maker of Kalimpong (), that the Sino-Indian conflict of was one of the outcomes of the US Central Intelligence Agency's covert operation in Tibet ( onwards), appears true and correct. : The Sino-Indian Border Dispute and Sino-Indian Relations (): Liu, Xuecheng: BooksCited by: