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Sameer Tayebaly

Student of Economics and History at McGill University. Sameer’s interests include food, fiction, film, FIFA, fascinating (or farcical?) sports like cricket, philosophy, and music. Together with the Bouillon team, he strives to provide a fresh take on politics while remaining calculated and informative. His eighteen years in Karachi, Pakistan, the experience of travel, and an avid interest in writing arrange a toolkit equipped for specialization in the intriguing politics of South Asia from a broader, global, panorama.

Sino-Indian Relations: Fifty Years of Ambiguity

Over fifty years ago, on the glorious Himalayan expanse, Chinese forces crushed India’s weak military in what became known as the first Sino-Indian War. These historic nations have stood as neighbors since ancient times, but it is only in the post-modern world that prospects of animosity and a potential cold war emerge between the two upcoming world powers. The war ...

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