The Guiding Principle of Peace: Panchsheel

  • Yashvi Sanghani
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  • Yashvi Sanghani

    Student at Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University, India

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India and China have far more similarities than any other two nations. Both nations have rich histories and cultures. The uncanny resemblance between communities, ideas and philosophies. A true spirit of the neighbourhood. The journey of these two great nations has passed through many roadblocks; history is evident that the relations between them weren’t always so sour. One of the guiding principles of this peaceful existence is Panchsheel. The present article discusses the meaning of Panchsheel, its origin, the Sino-Indian agreement of 1954 and Prime Minister Nehru’s aspirations of friendship with China. The article also addresses the question of whether China stood up to the principles of coexistence or whether it was India’s little bubble.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 1, Page 806 - 810


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