The Shillong Times

By PUBLIC On Sep 21, 2017

By Nawaz Yasin Islam


On 1 April, 1950, India became the first non-socialist bloc country to establish diplomatic relations with the People’s Republic of China. Prime Minister Nehru visited China in October 1954. While, the India-China border conflict in 1962 was a serious setback to ties; Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi’s landmark visit in1988 began a phase of improvement in bilateral relations. In 1993, the signing of an Agreement on theMaintenance of Peace and Tranquility along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) on the India-China BorderAreas during Prime Minister Narasimha Rao’s visit reflected the growing stability and substance in bilateralties.


Thai Extraterritorial Obligation-Watch Working Group (Thai ETO-Watch)

Teerachai Sancharoenkij

Lead Organizer, Thai ETO-Watch


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Thai ETO-Watch

September 11, 2017, Bangkok
Released at the Public Seminar on Thai Outbound Investment: Follow-up Meeting on Thailand’s Commitment to United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGP), organized by the National Human Rights Commission of Thailand and the Thai Extraterritorial Obligations-Watch Working Group (Thai ETO-Watch) (PDF attached).

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