Comparing China’s Border Agreement with India and the ADIZ

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Comparing China’s Border Agreement with India and the ADIZ

The Diplomat

5 December 2013

Ankit Panda

 

“The India-China BDCA can be read as a spectrum of confidence-building measures (CBMs) between the two rivals — it’s an attempt to achieve Li Keqiang’s stated desire for “tranquility” on the border as well as Manmohan Singh’s desire for “predictability.” As my colleague Shannon Tiezzi noted earlier this week, China’s stated objectives in establishing the ADIZ over the East China Sea are to establish a “safety zone.” The similarities between the two approaches end with these rhetorical flourishes.”

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