Asia’s Giants Must Choose Between Civilisational Bonding and Nation-State Rivalry

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THE POST-RENAISSANCE EUROPEAN system created the nation-state, and the rest of the world inherited and adopted it. The mismatch between the traits of a civilisational entity and a nation-state is best reflected in India-China relations in the modern age.
This division of the entire human race along narrow lines (called borders) into nation-states has been an affront to culture and civilisation, made worse by colonialism.

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