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" Principles of mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity and sovereignty, mutual non-aggression, mutual non-interference in each other's internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit and peaceful co-existence. "
Area Handbook for the People's Republic of China - Page 300
by Donald P. Whitaker, In-sŏp Sin, American University (Washington, D.C.). Foreign Area Studies - 1972 - 729 pages
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Area Handbook for Burma, Volume 550, Issue 61

American University (Washington, D.C.). Foreign Area Studies, Thomas Duval Roberts - 1968 - 394 pages
...adherence, as did nearly every nation of South and Southeast Asia. The "Five Principles" called for — mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity...internal affairs; equality and mutual benefit; and peaceful coexistence. These principles furnished basic guidance for a foreign policy which was becoming...
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Area Handbook for Burma, Volume 550, Issues 61-62

American University (Washington, D.C.). Foreign Areas Studies Division, John William Henderson, American University (Washington, D.C.). Foreign Area Studies - 1971 - 366 pages
...Coexistence." First enunciated by Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru of India, these principles called for mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity...noninterference in each other's internal affairs; equality and mutual benefits; and peaceful coexistence. Burma has subscribed to these principles, which became...
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Executive sessions of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Volume 14

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations - 1986 - 852 pages
...1955 Bandung Conference. Those principles are mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity, sovereignty, mutual non-aggression, mutual non-interference...internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit and peaceful coexistence. Those are the very general phrases which we used at that time. I don't know,...
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Executive Sessions of the Senate Foreign Relations ..., Volume 4; Volume 14

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations - 1986 - 860 pages
...1955 Bandung Conference. Those principles are mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity, sovereignty, mutual non-aggression, mutual non-interference...internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit and peaceful coexistence. Those are the very general phrases which we used at that time. Article (2) simply...
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The Strange Connection: U.S. Intervention in China, 1944-1972

Bevin Alexander - 1992 - 296 pages
...pp. 222-45; Chang, pp. 116-21; Gaddis, pp. 169-72. 9. The five principles of peaceful coexistence: mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity...internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit, and peaceful coexistence. See Royal Institute of International Affairs, Documents on International Affairs,...
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Forces for Change in Contemporary China

Bih-jaw Lin, James T. Myers - 1993 - 416 pages
..."five principles of peaceful coexistence": mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity; mutual non-aggression; mutual non-interference in...internal affairs; equality and mutual benefit; and peaceful coexistence. 40 Peking's international image suffered inestimably as a result of the armed...
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The Chinese at the Negotiating Table: Style and Characteristics

Alfred D. Wilhelm - 1994 - 281 pages
...during the negotiation of the PRC's first treaty with India (April 1954) and included therein:22 • Mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity...noninterference in each other's internal affairs • Equality and mutual benefit • Peaceful coexistence.23 A year later, in April 1955, the "Five Principles of...
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The Eagle and the Peacock: U.S. Foreign Policy Toward India Since Independence

M. Srinivas Chary - 1995 - 194 pages
...Bandung Conference of Third World nations in 1955 that endorsed Panchasheel, or five principles— mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity...internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit, and peaceful coexistence. For some officials in the Truman administration, such as Acheson, the inclusion...
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Indo-Russian Military and Nuclear Cooperation: Lessons and Options for U.S ...

Jerome M. Conley - 2001 - 208 pages
..."Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence." These principles, called Panch Sheela in Hindi, emphasized: mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity...noninterference in each other's internal affairs; equality and mutual benefits; and coexistence. See John Rowland, A History of Sino-Indian Relations: Hostile...
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Protracted Contest

John W. Garver, John William Garver - 2001 - 476 pages
...Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence are mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity; mutual nonaggression; mutual noninterference in each...internal affairs; equality and mutual benefit; and coexistence. According to Beijing, the Five Principles should govern relations between all countries...
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