The Diplomatic Concept of the People’s Republic of China and Its Practice in UN during the Third India-Pakistan War
Keywords:China, Diplomatic Concept, The Third India-Pakistan War, UN
This paper focuses on China's performance in the Third India-Pakistan War. In November 1971, the People's Republic of China resumed its lawful seat in the United Nations and became a permanent member of the Security Council. At the same time, in the face of the Third India-Pakistan War, Chinese representatives fully demonstrated China's diplomatic philosophy through a series of speeches, proposals and votes at the UN Security Council and the UN General Assembly, as well as consultations and debates with relevant countries. Based on this, this paper uses the literature method to draw the conclusion that although China failed to achieve the purpose of preventing the dismemberment of Pakistan, the logic of China's diplomatic performance has been incisively and vividly displayed. This may have some reference significance for understanding the current situation of China's handling of diplomatic issues.
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