Can Track II Efforts Reduce China-India Frontier Tensions?

Featured Image: Nathu La Pass is Indo Chine Border and one of the three open trading border of India and China. Photograph has been taken during my visit to Nathu La Pass , Sikkim. By Indrajit Das, CC BY-SA 3.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0>, via
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The Goddess of Democracy: 4 June 1989.

Featured Picture: Wroclaw, Poland: the memorial of 10th anniversary (1999) of Tian’anmen Sq. (Beijing, China) massacre, June 4th, 1989 The first version of this memorial was “erected” by Polish students a day after the massacre, June 5th 1989 – as a destroyed bicycle and
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Citizens of the World Diplomacy.

Picture by  Artem Beliaikin on Pexels “The crisis today in human affairs is represented not by the absence of human capacity, but by the failure to recognize that the capacity exists. What gives hope its power is the release of human energies generated by
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Burma’s Military in a Political Hole.

Photo by Michael Pfister on Unsplash By Rene Wadlow. “An error is not a mistake unless you refuse to correct it”John F. Kennedy On Wednesday 31 March 2021, the United Nations Security Council met in a closed door session to continue its
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Myanmar: Fair Elections But Challenges Ahead.

Pete Souza, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons. By Rene Wadlow. The 8 November 2020 elections;  for the two houses of the Myanmar Parliament were carried out with little violence. The National League for Democracy (NLD);  headed by Aung San Suu Kyi won
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