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Red Book’s Missing Pages

This book penetrates China’s armature of success, paints the darkness inside sans greys, is hopeful of India

Red Book’s Missing Pages
Prashant Panjiar
Red Book’s Missing Pages
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With the western world still reeling from the effects of the global financial crisis, Chindia boosting is more in vogue than ever before.

Journalist Prem Shankar Jha’s book is a timely intervention, critiquing the inevitability of this idea. It’s a cautionary discourse, detailing the deep-seated and as yet unresolved conflicts that both nations must address if they are to successfully “reorientalise” the world.

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