'Address India's concerns', be a 'benign' power: Think tank to China
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For their part, Chinese scholars, while stating that China's rise was an important development, said Beijing will pursue a peaceful path to progress contributing to the peace and stability of the world, according to Bhatia.
Referring to the concerns over China's rise, two Chinese scholars said they can understand the issue causing anxiety and China should take responsibility and address it.
Also, it is important that China share its growth with international community, they said, according to Bhatia.
Bhatia said the conference paved the way for discussion among the leading Chinese and other think tanks.
ICWA, he said, would focus on stepping up interaction with Indian and Chinese think-tanks to work out some common ideas for future.
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