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Sino indian war

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  • 1. Sino-Indian War
  • 2.  A dispute over Himalayan border. The war ended with Chinese declaration of ceasefire.
  • 3. A disputed border between China and India
  • 4. Individual Level Analysis Indian leaders’ misperception over Chinese military power. However, Chinese troops advanced over Indian forces. Nehrus hopes for pan-asianism.
  • 5. Jawaharlal Nehru
  • 6. State Level Analysis Indian belief in non-alignment as an alternative to the bipolar system. Chinese belief that Maoist interpretation of communist revolution was purer than the Soviet model.
  • 7. Systemic Level Analysis The questioning of India’s established border by China undermines both Indian sovereignty and security.
  • 8. Systemic Level Analysis Indian interests over defense of the McMahon Line. India’s perception of the international system.
  • 9. Systemic Level Analysis Chinese security was undermined by India. The anarchy in the international system played a significant role in the actions of the PRC on the border issue.
  • 10. Systemic Level Analysis International aid to India.
  • 11.  So; a systemic level analysis is more suited to explaining the actions leading to the Sino-Indian War.
  • 12. • THANK YOU FOR LISTENING.